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53rd year, No. 6, Vi. Beach, Va. 




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Industrial development 
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Industrial development in Virginia 
Beach is healthy. So healthy, in fact, that 
the city Monday afternoon received 
$481,493 from the Virginia Beach 
Development Authority as payment in 
full for a loan extoided for development 
of Airport Industrial Park. 

Alfred W. Craft Jr., chairman of the 
Authority who made the presentation to 
Mayor Patrick L. Standing, also 
presented the annual report which shows 
tha| the park is approximately % percent 
occupied with only ten acres left. The 
major activity at the park last year as the 
expansion of existing business. Seven 
companies expanded, two companies 
purchased land and three new companies 
leased space in existing buildings. Because 
of office and industrial space demand. 
Eastern International .started 
development on an additional 50,000 
square foot wardiouse and a 40,000 
square foot office addition to its existing 
building. 

According to the report, 60 businesses 
are now located in the |»irk. The land and 
building value for the new firms is 
approxitnately S2.9 million and 6S new 
jobs were created. 

Craft also pointed out that where the 
Authority in 1977 had a deficit at the end 
of the year in its reserve for authorized 
expenditures of S2 11,304.06, it ended this 
year in the black with a balance of 
$335,023.82. 

A summary of the report shows that 



during 1978, the Authority, working with 
the Industrial Development Division of 
the Department of Economic 
Development, helped locate eight new 
businesses and helped seven businesses 
expand in the industrial parks. 

The Authority has also assisted 
companies locate on sites other than the 
ones available in the industrial parks. 

An outstanding S300,000 on the 
development loan with the First and 
Merchants National Bank of Tidewater 
was paid off. In addition the Authority 
has in reserve funds to begin construction 
of the first half of Skyhawk Circle in° 
Ocean West Industrial I^rk. 

Construction will begin on Skyhawk 
Circle to accommodate several smaller 
companies that have announced their 
move to Oceana West Industrial Park. 

In Oceana West where major 
development efforts of the Authority are 
diriectMi two fordgn flrnu located the 
French firm Moulinex and a German firm 
named Busch, Inc. The two firms, when 
full production levels are reached, will 
offer approximately 1,000 new jobs 
between them. 

The Lynnhaven Mall project is 
expected to begin during the early part of 
this year at a cost of $50 million. 

The Authcuity was congratulated by 
Mayor Patrick L. Standing on behalf of 
the council. Councilman Clarence A. 
Holland noted that the Authority did a 
"monumental job" and that Virginia 
Beach would have had "slimmer pickings 
without them." 




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Beach wife, model 
wins Virginia title, 
travels to Vegas 

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Las Vegas is a long way from Virginia Beach. And the 
road to the Mrs. America title is a long one, too. But 
Virginia Beach native Regina Halme will fly to Las 
Vegas March 23 in hopes of becoming Mrs. America 
1979. 

Crowned Mrs. Virginia on Jan. 28 at the Omni Hotel 
in Norfolk, Mrs. Halme says she can't quite believe it's 
true, "There were 16S applicants in that contest. 
Twenty were chosen to be in the pageant." 

The 26-year-old, five-foot-eifht-inch blond was born 
and raised in Virginia Beach. Today she is a model with 
Charm Associates. "They backed me in the pageant, 
but my husband was really the one to push me." 

Husband E)ean works in priming and advertising with 
Viking Press. Add to the group of supporters 10-year- 
old daughter Lisa, a fifth grader at Bayside Elementary, 
and Mrs. Halm^'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. 
White of Weblin Placein Virginia Beach. 

"My family has been more excited than me," laughs 
Mrs. Halme. "You'd think I'd won a million dollars. 
When I was named Mrs. Virginia I could hear Lisa 
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City Council grants Increase in Biach cab rates 



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Virginia Beach cab compai^es w|ll get to cbai%e fares 
comparable to tluxe in nd^boring cities, but City 
Council made a concession to all the little old ladies with 
groceries and lawutry. 

Council Monday afternoon granted an increase in cab 
rates from 60 cents to 90 cents for tlie first seventh mile, 
and an increase in waiting times from 10 to 15 cents for 
each minute. Each succeeding seventh mile remains at 
10 cents. 




. pibBles vi^ li»S g^ to &mis an extra 5(fo 
liii'tt iiiil i i ia>iiiliBi *Wey Hive be«n doing i^tAout 
benefit of the law. A request to charge passengers 25 
cmts for e«:h piece of b^ntage other than one handbag 
per passenger and 50 cents for hauling groceries and 
laundry, was turned down, however. 

Coundlwoman Meyera Oberndorf suggested that 
most of the citizens using taxis for their grocery 
shopping and laundry hauling must be senior citizens. 

Cassandra Barnes, a radio station reporter and senior 



Higlier density zoning denied in Linltiiorn Parit 



National Beach Corporation has lost another bid for 
higher density zoning on an approximately three-acre 
parcel in Linkhorn Park. 

City Council denied an application to reclassify the 
property now soned R-3 (1.239 acres) and R-1 (1.886 
acres) to B-2 Community Busin»s District on July 25, 
1977. 

In an appeal of the decision to Circuit Court last 
August, the court ruled that council had acted properly 
in denying the busings classification, 0-1 Office 
District or A-2 Apartment District zoning; but that the 
existing single-family detached zoning may not be 
appropriate. The court ruled that council should 
reconsider zoning the propniy. 



On the basis of the court's decision. National Beach 
asked for R-9 Residential Townhouse District zoning 
which would allow the construction of 28 units while the 
present zoning permits the construction of four single- 
family houses. 

The parcels are located at the intersection of Holly 
and Pinewood Roads. 

Tim Barrow, planner representing National Beach, 
told council Monday that the adjacent property on the 
south and east are zoned B-2 and A-1. He said that the 
dty has consistantly reosgnized the fact that the 
property is not suitable for single-family residential 
development and that it is in a transition stage. The 

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fitizen residing at the Mayflower, spoke JU on iMJ^Ilf of 
seniors. She said that a friend bought groceries tttd was 
charged a dollar a package. She said that a cab driver 
once told her, "You old ladies at the Mayflower 
certainly worry us and you don't tip enough." Mrs. 
Barnes sud, "I tipped him $3 and he practically threw it 
back at me." 

Herbert Disc, owner of Yellow C^ of Virginia 
Beach, presented the cab driver's view. He said that 
laundry runs, take time, because the driver has to stop, 
open the trunk, help with the laundry and groceries. 
Sometimes, a driver will have to handle 10 to 15 bags of 
groceries a day and the whole back seat may be filled 
with laundry. The driver may come out making $10 a 
day, he said, and as a result it's getting increasingly 
difficult to find drivers. 

Disc also said that the cab companies have had no 
increase in years and are just about to go under. 

City Manager George L. Hanbury said also that he is 
concerned about Norfolk ordinances which prevent 
Virginia Beach-based taxicabs from picking up 
passengers at the Norfolk International Airport. At 
present, he said, Virginia Beach companies can take 
people to the airport, but cannot pick them up. The 
policy is detrimental to both cities, said Hanbury, who 
plans to bring a resolution back to coundl next Monday 
requesting Norfolk to resdnd the ordinance. 

He said that at present 90 percent of Beach visitors 
come by car, but that with the promotion of the 
C(»ivention business, 90 percent may be coming by air. 



She says her modeling experience was a definitclB^ 
during the pageant. "We were judged in swimsuit, 
evening gown and on personality and poise. The scariest 
part was answering the question they ask you on stage. 
You have absolutely no idea what they'll ask. The rest I 
could look at like a fashion show." 

Mrs. Halme's stage question concerned a weight 
problem she had as a young giri. Today she weighs 122 
pounds. "I eat just one meal a day," she explains, 
"anything I like. If I eat breakfast I'm hungry all day 
long. My biggest problem still is drinking too many 
Cokes. I exercise a lot, too. I'll be working out at the 
spa everyday betwMn now and the national pageant.'^ 

In addition to straight exercise, Mn Halmf fayi ifkr 
plays tennis and she «id her husband often go (JAsgo 

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Seventeen centuries lat ft, 
the question remains: 'Will 
you bi^ my Valentine?' 

February, a month Of icy mornings, ground hog 
"omens" and Presidential birthdays, is also the time to 
celebrate Saint Valentine's Day. 

Little is known about Saint Valentine of the third 
century. There were, in fact, two such saints by that 
name (some sources say three), although no one knows 
why any of them would become the patron saint of 
lovers. The exact day of the holiday is Feb. 14, Eve of 
the Roman £upercalia (a romantic festival). 

It was on this date that sweethearts were chosen and 
love tokens exchanged. Names on a piece of paper were 
placed in a container and then drawn in turn by every 
person until everyone had become someone's Valentine. 

It is probably not a coincidence that on this date the 
birds also chose their mates, according to an ancient 
country tradition. 

The holiday began to have its share of eccentric 
customs. One was that the first man a woman had seen 
on the festival morning was automatically her 
Valentine. Women had to be very careful about whose 
eyes met theirs early in the day. 

In the 17th Century, it became a common practice for 
married couples to have and to be Valentines as well as 
young men and maidens. During this time, women 
would receive expensive gifts such as embroidered 
gloves, silk stockings or fine jewelry. Ultimately, the 
elaborate present was replaced with the Valentine card, 
a handmade greeting complete with verses and drawings 
of hearts or flowers. This was then replaced with a 
printed card with lace ec^es or other ornamentation. 

In the 19th Century, these cards became increasingly 
popular with an estimated 1.5 million being exchanged 
in the l8M's. Thereafter, they declined sharply in 
popularity and eventually disappeared for almost half a 
century. It was only in the I930's that Valentine's Etey 
became fashionable again. 



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Today, Feb. 14 is a very 
popular hdiday with a 
card, flowers and candy 
considered conventional 
gifts for one's loved one. 
The (toy also cmtiaues to 
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diildren which was trw 
from its eariy bqinnings 
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Through the c»ituries, 
Vdottine's ENiy remains 
an occasion for 
expmsions of love and 
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the romantic spirit in 
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VraCiNU BEACH SUND WEDNESDAY. FEBRU ARY 7, 1979 



Virginia Beach-i 
happenings 



Roma Lodge plans 
ValantlnaiHnner dance 

Roma Lodge #254, Sons of ItaljTwiirholdli 
Valentine Dinner I^nce on Saturday, Feb. 10, at 
the Club House. 3097 Magic Hollow Boulevard. 
Stounship Round Dinner begins at 7:30 p.m.. 
dancing 9:30 to 12:30 with music by "The 
Shadows". Call 468-2029 for reservations. 



Cheeapeake Beadi women meet 

The Woman's Club of Chesapeake Beach will 
meet Tuesday, Feb. 13, at Fantastic Fenwick's, 
Witchduck Road. The business meeting will begin 
at 1 1 a.m. with lunch at 12 noon. 

Guest speaker will be Benjamin Moore, Clean 
Community Coordinator. Edwin Clay, Assistant 
City Manager, will also be a guest. The club will 
present a check in the amount of S25 to him to be 
used for the "Plant-A-Tree" program. 



Beach FT A council aitende 
Founden' Day meeting 

The Virginia Beach PTA Council will hold its 
annual Founders' Day Meeting on Thursday, Feb. 
15, at 8 p.m. at Kellam High School. Members 
will honor past council presidents. Guest speaker 
for the meeting will be Solomon Carey, regional 
vice-president of PTA. 



Hospital offers free screening 
for coronary risk factors 

A free screening for coronary risk factors will 
be conducted by General Hospital of Virginia 
Beach on Sunday, Feb. 1 1 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
Any adult may call 481-8181 to make a 
reservation. Hospital personnel advise calling 
early, judging from overwhelming response last 
year. Hours for calling are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on 
weekdays. 

Each participant should plan to spqnd one hour 
at the hospital. The program mcludes height, 
weight and blood pressure checks; a fltness test on 
a special exercise bicycle; and a film on risk 
factors. Those who do not eat or drink for 12 
hours before their appointments may have blood 
drawn for a;.W^'|ti||j^eg,^J^ tests for 
bk>od_ fats — choleitetoJ and triglycerides. 
Participants and their private physicians will be 
advised by mail of the test results. 



Extension services offer courses 

The Virginia Beach Department of 
Agriculture/Cooperative Extension Services has 
just flnished planning their programs for the 
winter and spring sessions. A variety of programs 
are being offered, from workshops to lessons by 
mail. The Consumer's Corner will include such 
topics as "Boning up on Seafood," "What's New 
in Fabrics and Notions," and "Wills, Taxes and 
Inheritance." A "How To" series on home 
improvements will include Simple Home Repairs; 
Window Treatments, Drapery Making, Pointers 
on Painting and Wallpapering and Home 
Furnishings: Dollar Saving Ideas. 

Six sessions on parenting will be offered to help 
improve family relations. A variety of programs 
at several locations and times on "How to Can 
and Freeze without Killing Yourself will also be 
offered as well as classes offered by the 
horticulture staff. 

For information regarding these services pick 
up a brochure at any of the Virginia Beach branch 
libraries or call the Virginia Beach Diepartment of 
Agriculture/Cooperative Extension Service at 
427-4611. 



JaiE classes begin this week 

The Tidewater Ballet Association is giving 
master classes in jazz on Tuesday and Thursday 
mornings from 10:30 to 12 at their 3222 Tidewater 
Drive location beginning Feb. 8. 

The class is being taught by Ric Salinas 
associate teacher of Luigi Dance Center, New 
York City. Classes for beginner adults are on 
Tuesday and Thursday mornings. T^nagers meet 
on Tuesday evenings 8-9 and professionals on 
Friday evening 6:30 to 7:30. 



Officers whfes set hmdieon date 

The Amphibious Officers Wives' Club will hold 
a luncheon on Feb. 14, with cocktails at 1 1 a.m. 
and lunch at noon, in the Pleasure House Room 
of the Little Creek Officers Club. A representative 
from Hiram Walkw will present a program on 
cooking with rardials. Husbands are invited. 
Reservations must be made through Key Callers 
by Feb. 9. 



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A two week 
intensive seminar on 
meditation, mysticism 
and reincarnation wiU 
be offered free of 
charge to the public at 
Virginia Wesleyan 
CoUege this month. 
The course will be 
held on consecutive 
Saturdays, Feb. 10 
and 17, 7:30 p.m. in 
room, 203 Hofheimer 
Library. It will be 
taught by Rudra 
Tamm, who has 
studied under the 
Indian mystic Sri 
Chinmoy for ten 
years. Tamm, an 
attorney, has given 
similar courses at 
Johns Hopkins, 
Brown University and 
the Universities of 
Maine, Connecticut 
and Delaware. He 
does not charge for 
his instruction and 
pays his own 
expenses. 

The course will 
explore in depth 
'meditation, concen- 
tration, reincarnation 
and will include a 
session qn how to 
select a Guru. 
Practical instruction 
in specific meditation 
techniques will be 
emphasized. No 
prerequisite is 
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Unkhorn Park Qanltii dub 
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Several members of the Ltnkhom Park Garden Gub 
met retxntly to landscape and beauUfy the new entrance 
to Linkhorn Park. The entrance is located at Mnkhorn 
.Drive and Holly Road and is the current project of the 
club. Funds to erect the white brick columns were raised 
by r. continuing Bridge Marathon sponsored by the 
group, and from contributidns from other Linkhorn 
Park residents. 

The club will dedicate the entrance this week to the 
late Mrs. James U. Goode, one of its foundav and the 
first president of the club. The d«iicatlon ceremony will 
take place Saturday. Feb. 10 at 1 p.m. All rcddoits of 
Linkhorn Park are invited to attend. Rain data is the 
following Saturday. 



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Chiyslar Masoaai fiala Fob. 10 and 11. Ms. McCiaad. who rocaiitly danced as a saMat 
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Heat rises, so if your then rain down on your spaces of a radiator, and 

radiators and hot air furniture. Your vacuum the dusting brush will 

registers are dirty, that cleaner's crevice tool will make short work of dirty 

dirt will rise, too— and reach into the narrow registers and gratings. 



LOCAL 1t|uCH 

No other medium is IxHind up 
with the everyday jifie of your 
community more than your 
hometown newspaper. 



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Bayside Motors 

4747 SheraDrivo 4644563 
CharlasG.Hala.Sr. and Staff 

Plasser Anerican 

MaaagaaMat and Porsonnol 

Naynes Furniture Company 

S324 Vbgfaria Baacb Boalovaid 
Parwi t i iro B o d d hig-Carpotiwg 

Rosewood Memorial Parii 

631 Wttchdack Road 497-8925 
CCKIrfciMtricli 

Engineering Media, Inc. 

SOeitlJbartyStiiat 
Cbsrlas Nscfcwarth and Staff 

Charlie's Seafood Restaurant 

3139ShoroDriyo491.9S63 

Kellani-Eaton Insurance Co. 

3111 Paelflc Avoaao 428-9161 

(h^rton's Market 

1419 PMndoKtar Sliaat 5«-9496 
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MiH-End Carpet Shop 

4740 ybghria Baach BM. 4974854 

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Furniture Showrooms 

828 LUttIa Crook Road 



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Price's Incorporated 

4880 Partraha Mai 4e74S21 



Smith Sales and Servico 

460 iatlMMd SM^ N. 847*1128 
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Home Fodonl Savhifs 
and Lotti ASSN. 

163S Larida Baad 4284327 



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Preston's Pharmacy 

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The USS Mississippi EnUsted Wives' Club wiU 
meet on Monday, Feb. 12 at 7:30 p.m. at the Ship- 
n-Shore Club in Norfolk. 

Babysitting will be provided for a nonimal fee. 



BeacA Ir/ils can receive 
Des/gfi-a- Va/eiitbe kit 

Virginia Beach children under 10 years of age 
can receive a free Design-a- Valentine kit from any 
local McDonald's Restaurant. The offer is good 
iintil Feb. 14. The kit contains activity sheets, 
blank cards with colorful borders, McDonaldland 
characters, messages and hearts. 



Circus magician makaa 
appearanca at library 

A professional magician and ringmaster from 
the Ringling Brothers Circus will appear at the 
Great Neck Branch of the Virginia Beach Public 
Library on Wednesday, Feb. 14. at 7 p.m. for 
children and afdults of all ages. 

The magician is appearing through the courtesy 
of the Ringling Brothers Circus which will tegin a 
schedule of shows on Feb. 23. 

The program will last approximately 30 to 43 
minutes and is free of charge to persons of all 
ages. Th6re is no registration required. 

The branch library is located at 1251 Bayne 
Drive in the Hilltop area of Virginia Beach. For 
further information contact Ann Scott at 340- 
2987. 



Fashion and Hnancnmtoplcs 
of free Beach seminar 

"Financial Freedom, Taking The First Step," a 
free seminar on money management for women, 
will be held by Meih-ill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & 
Smith, Inc. and Miller & Rhoads on Feb. 20 at 2 
p.m. at the Hilton Irtn, Virginia Beach. Victor T. 
Connor, Willard D. Hoskins, Michael J. Harney. 
Margaret R. Tamte, and Pericles L. Therianos, 
■'Merrill Lynch accmmt.eju^jij^^.wDUeU.VPmen 
^ how to become >nfomdj|^j0^|p^^iq^rtable 
about making financial decisions and how to use 
financial services. 

The seminar will begin with a discussion of the 
changing financial role of women and an 
introduction to tlR language of money. It will also 
include "how to" topics, such as determining 
personal investment objectives, getting 
information about securities, avoiding common 
investor pitfalls, choosing a financial advisor and 
understanding the financial pages of a newspaper. 
The fashion portion of the program will feature 
Miller & Rhoads showing of the latest spring and 
summer looks. The commentary will focus on 
casual looks and clothes for thfe businesswon^an. 

Admission the the seminar is free, but 
reservations are requested and can be made by 
calling Merrill Lynch at 446-4000. 



Great Neck branch library 
presents movies lor kUs 

The Great Neck branch of the Virginia Beach 
Public Library will present a special . movie 
program for children ages three through nine at 1 1 
a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 10. 

Movies to be shown are "Dorothy and the 
Necklace" and "Really Rosie." The program will 
last about 30 minutes. There is no charge or 
registration. The library is located at 12S1 Bayne 
Drive in the Hilltop area of Virginia Beach. 



Lecture at library discusses 
income tax iHrnparathns 

A lecture on taxes and in(tividual income tax 
{jreparation will be presented by the Great Neck 
l»-anch of the Virginia Beach Public Library on 
Tliursday, Feb. 15. at 7:30 p.m. Ms. Carol Seiwll, 
Taxpayer Service Representative from the Internal 
Revenue Service, will speak and be prepared to 
discuss the tax law changes pertinent to the 1978 
return. Following her presentaticm there will be a 
question and answer period. 

The lecture is free and open to the public. The 
Great Neck branch library is lodited at 1251 
Bayne Drive in the Hilltop area of Virginia Beach. 
For further information contact Debbie Outo- at 
,^1-6094. 



Mans un^rway Hw r^udon 

The 1959 "Lost Qass" of Norview High Sdiool 
& planning their 20 year class reunion. The next 
flanning meeting will be Feb. 12. Any fotma 
<|assmata or thcne who would have gmduated in 
1959 call 340-4500 or 464-49M for more 
mformation. 



'Oliver!' opens at Beach Little Theatre 



"Oliver!," the musical version of the Charles Dickens 
classic tale, "Oliver Twist," opens at the Little Theatre 
of Virginia Beach on Friday, Feb. 16. Evening 
performances start at 8:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday 
nights. Feb. 16 and 17, Feb. 23 and 24. and Mfffch 2 and 
3. Sunday matinee on Feb. 18 and 25 have a curtain 
time of 3 p.m. Tickets are $4.25 for adults and $2.50 for 
students. Reservations may be made by calling the 
theatre box office at 428-9523. 

John Ness plays Oliver, a beguiling orphan lad who 
becomes involved in a backstreet pickpocketing 
operation in 19th century London. Fagin, the comic 
villain who rR;ruits youngsters for a life of fwtty crime, 
is played by Will Simonson. Dick Register is cast as 
"The Artful Dodger," the young pickpocket who 
introduces Oliver to the motley band of boy thieves. 
Jajme Lawless is featured as Nancy, the spirited heroine 
who saves Oliver and meets tragedy. Her lover, the 
brutish Bill Sykes, is played by Edgar Hurd. 

Other feature roles are held by Susan Bernick, 
Rodney Clements, Weesie Ness, Mary Daniels, John 
Gray, Robert Shifferly, Jenifer Kreger,. Lisa Stafford, 
Russell Grant. Henry Highton, Anne Enlow, Susie 
Hansen and Erin Cooper . 

Youngsters in "The Workhouse Crew" include 
Loryn Utterbach, Michael Lawless, Jim Rittenhouse, 
Will Highton, Jimmy Bartlett, Janet Norton, Karol 
Cairns, Erin Cooper, Theda Stemler. Deet Novak, Dan 
Etheridge and Mike Etheridge. Among "Fagin's Gang" 
are Kelvin Cooper, Denise Wade and Kevin Crawford. 
"Street Criers" include Jean Ferrell, Maria Skipper, 
Karen Henegar. Laynee Timlin. Larry Sylvie, Greg 
Switzer, Joe Elmer and Robert Zindorf . 



Children of the American Revolution 
held 52nd annual state conference 



Pat Bernick is director. Musical dhector is Sally 
Suter. Choreographer is Susie Hansen and costume 
designer is Fredda Evans, ^tage manager is Flo Haynie. 

Popular songs from the award-winning show include 
"Where is Love?," "Consider Yourself (At Home)," 
and "As Long As He Needs Me." 

Little Theatre of Virginia Beach is located at 24th 
Street and Barberton Drive. 



Queen, princess to be , 
crowned at Valentine dance 

A Valentine luncheon for the Valentine candidates 
from the Tidewater City Council of Beta Sigma Phi 
sorority was held Jan. 27 at Adams, Virginia Beach. At 
the luncheon the candidates met the judges who will 
select a queen and a princess at the Valentine Dance on 
Feb. 10 at the Elks Lodge, Raby Road, Norfolk. 

Judges are Charles Bashara, Carl Barefoot, Meyera 
Oberndorf and Ester Ferris. 

The eighteen candidates competing from the various 
chapters are: Jean Brown, Preceptor Alpha Alpha; 
Vivian Jeter, Xi Alpha Epsilon; Cheryl Brickner, Xi 
Alpha Lambda; Carroll Overbey, Xi Alpha Mu; Kathy . 
Kerr, Alpha Rho; Ronnie Wills, Xi Alpha Zeta; Aurora 
Tisdale, Xi Beta Lambda; Marsha Schwieder, Alpha 
Rho; Debbie Belote, Beta Alpha; Louise Hayes, Beta 
Mu; Carol Edney, Beta Omega; Gail Maciejewski, Beta 
Psi; Odessa Weston, Delta Betaj Suzan Albright, Eta 
lota; Judy Nozzarella, Gamma^amma; Sharon Snead, 
Zeta; Linda Smith, Zeta Kappa; and Susan Caudle, Phi 
Beta Psi. 



Annual hoedown set for Feb. 24 

The Virginia Beach Neptune Festival Annual 
"Hoedown", featuring country music and 
dancing has been scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 24 
from 8 p.m. to midnight^at the Virginia Beach 
Dome. Special entertainment will be provided by 
the Dixie Squares and the nationally famous 
Flatlan/Cloggers. Tickets are $5. Dress is western 
or casual. Refreshments will be available. 

Prizes will be awarded for such categories as 
"best dressed farmer'^,' and "worst country 
dancer". This is the first of the Neptune "pre- 
festival" events for 1^79. The hoedown has 
always been a sell-out, So^^t your tickets right 
away. Tickets are availabi* at the Virginia Beach 
Dome and the Neptune Festival Office at 
Pembroke Mall Chamber of Commerce, For 
further information call 490-3129. 



Committee holds public hearing 

The Virginia Beach Housing and Community 
Development Citizens Advisory Committee will hold a 
public hearing on the City's Fifth Program Year 
Application on Monday, Feb. 12. The hearing will be 
held at 2 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 
Administration Building, Princess Anne Municipal 
Center. 

The Citizens Advisory Committee has held public 
hearings in January, 1979, and has developed a list of 
proposed activities for the Fifth Program Year 
Application. For additional information contact the 
grant's office at 427-4721. - 



Civic league meets Tuesday 



The fifty-second annual state conference of the 
Children of the American Revolution will be held on 
Feb. 9, 10 and 11 at the original CavalTer Hotel in 
Virginia Beach. State president Jon David Huddleston 
and senior state president Mrs. Clarence James Smith 
will officiate over the proceedings. 

Children will come from all over Virginia to br 
greeted by the host societies: Moore House, Cavalier, 
Old Cannon Ball, Lt. Pascow Herbert, Miles Cary, and 
Battle of the Barges . 

Members will visit Lynnhaven House for a special 
tour Feb. 10. The tour is especially meaningful to the 
C.A.R., since the Freedom Hill, Washington-Lee, Falls 
Church, Bristol Parish, Moore House, Cavalier and Old 
Cannon Ball chapters cleaned up the grave yard, 
painted wrought iron, and cleaned the grounds around 
Lynnhaven Housy jg ^f Jg ei ^ mber , T^le site was th<^l97j8..„ 
Yttgioia &3ciety Stjite Pjg& t 



The Princess Anne Plaza/Windsor Woods Civic 
League will hold its monthly meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 
13, 7:30 p.m. at Plaza Jr. High Kiva I. The program for 
this meeting will include a presentation by the city of 
Virginia Beach Department of Parks and Recreation. 



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the city's library Christmas tree and participated in the 
Christmas Open House at Kemore. » 

The Dick Anderson Society participated in the. 
naturalization ceremony for new U.S. citizens. 
Washington-Lee Society took a Canal Clipper mule 
drawn cruise down the C&O Canal". Freedom Hill 
Society studied the 
operations of the 
Washington National 
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restoration of the Herbert 
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The Virgil Bcadi Sun wdcomes and ou^urages 
letten frMB iu icadm on iofia of general interest. 

L^m riKwldbc dMtt, on one tide of the papor, and 
preferably type-written. 

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BflMw 9ff pronuloiis 
lui cwiit wwiiHhn 

Every now and then a political issue comes 

ilong which appears a per feci creation for the 

>amphlcteering editorialisi. (A 

. )amphleteering editorialist is one who writes 

iditorials directly from pamphlets and even 

|00 years a§o was the bane of Benjamin 

t'ranklin's newspapering existence.) The type 

4f editorials generated from such pamphlet 

^sues are traditionaly as 'safe' as clean air and 

ihotherhood. That is, you just can't wrong if 

you follow the instructions. 

ilt is therefore with some reluctance that we 
rite this editorial. In fact, unless it had been 
brought to our attention by such community 
leaders as Worthy Pegram. Jr., Gordon 
Buchanan, William W. Townsend and others, 
v(re would have. laughed it off as another 
political romp through the world of big-buck 
lobbying. You see, the issue involves 
opthalmologists and optometrists. The former 
is a doctor of medicine, the latter is not. 
Optometrists are called doctors of optometry 
or O.D.'s - or for most of us layman, sinq^ly 
'eye doctors.' Their training, according to the 
pamphlets, is less than that of the physicians' 
and that's where the rub comes in. The M.D.'s 
do not want the O.D.'s dispensing diagnostic 
drugs. 

After we threw away the pamphlets and read 
House Bill 1262, which is about to be heard by 
[he Senate Education and Health Committee, 
-we were more incredulous than humored. The 
bill - sponsored incidentally by Delegates 
Parker, O'Brien and Pickett - sensibly requests 
that optometrists have the right to use 
diagnostic drugs in their offices. CMagnostic 
drugs are used for sueh purposes as dilating 
pupils - which allows the optometrist a better 
view of the interior of the eye. Dilating a 
person's pu(>i'^„ is one method of detecting 
glwKoma and other diseases, many of which 

The Din also states tliat should the 
optomelrist tfHccI a j^tMttAtimktA comUlloii 
which caMHM he correctod or relieved by the 
use of leases, ceiilact leiises, prisms or ochIm' 
exercises, he shirfl refer SHch patient to a 
physician for diagnosis and treatment. 
Nothing in this section shnN he deemed to 
permit the nae of p hn r ma c enticai agents hy an 
•ptometri«t ftfr thcrapeantic pwrposes. It 
should be added her? that only those 
optometrists who have met rigid state licensing 
requirements will ever be allowed to dispense 
drugs for dIagnosHc purposes. No where in the 
bill is there mention of the use of drugs for 

It appears to us that the O.D.'s simply want 
to practice the profession they've been taught - 
a demanding profession requiring over 4,000 
hours of both classroom and clinical 
instruction. 

This bill is being sternly opposed. That is, 
opihalmok>iists. various physicians and 
surgeons do not want persons with the title of 
doctor of optometry to write prescriptions, 
dispense drugs used for eye examinations nor 
tamper anymore hence with their expanding 
realm. 

It is a territorial war and it stinks. 

Wc believe that optometrists should have 
the right to dispense diagnostic drugs. Wc also 
believe - as Bill 1262 stales - that if disease is 
evident, the paiient should be referred to a 
medical doctor. One might speculate that the 
essence of all this pro and con within the 
medical profession is nu^rc economically 
inspired than Hippocrates would have liked. 



Editor, Virginia Bau:h Sun - 

Hiis leOo- is written to praise and strongly support 
Councilman Don MCTrick's proposal to cut spending by 
tightoiing up on the city budget. This will also help 
amttol inftation in Virginia Beach. The city budget has 
beat out of control for the past Five to six years, to my 
knov^edge, going up consistently at the rate of roughly 
IS to 20 po'cent annually. My taxes have been doing the 
same thing. This must stop. 

Mr. Merrick is truly a real business executive. He is 
excellent in the field of controlling budgets and has the 
ability and talent necessary actually to make money for 
the city by simiriy cutting the fat out of the city budget 
and by controlling all unnecessary spending. I am well 
aware of his qualifications and his ability to get the job 
done. I worked with him at Ford for 1 8 years. 

There is no doubt in my mind that the objectives Mr. 
Merrick has outlined can be accomplished without 
hurting. a single city employee, if he is given the 
opportunity to put his ideas to work . 

It is my hope that the City Council will unite behind 
Mr. Merrick on his "tight budget policy" and that the 
citizens of Virginia Beach will support this movement, 
which will benefit all of the people living at the Beach. 

Finally, I ask all of my friends to join me in this effort 
to make the Beach a better place to live, with less 
inflation, and "with taxes we can live with." 

James A. Fish 

Witdhduck Poirt 

Virginia Beach 



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Editor, Virginia Beach Sun-. 

I am discouraged with cultural life in Tidewater. 
Considering the size of the population, art institutions 
and organizations receive little support. More 
discouraging is the fact thatlihe educational system does 
'not promote art. It seems to be that the responsibility of 
sparking an awareness and appreciation of the arts rests 
on a few concerned individuals. t ^ , 

The Norfolk Children's Art Center, in particular, is 
one place where dedicated people are working against 
the odds (which includes lack of funds). Here children 
learn that art is fun, important, and all around them. 
This small but dynamic art center gives me hope for the 
future of the arts in Tidewater. 

Barbara S. Brett 
=^^— Virginia Beach 




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tto cellwtiva spirit ef tto Mm ef ito Fntan. Hi malt to 
SM tto roads iias kept dMNi • md it 1 1 ymrt ef aga, to 
■- tos ahMfly imnwi tow to mm§ ctomlasM piya ne 
tpands • pMt 4mI tf Ms frM tone pMdag ap Ito 
ttoatands af a lw il w wi toar and teda mm Utori ai i 
straw atong tto raadsMas. Aftar a day's tord wtrii to 
sails Ms cans ta a ra<ydlng eaatar. "Ptoplt sara ara 
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anythhi." 



Pt i ig att wWihokis support of phone pricing system 



It has been determined that the 1979 session of the 
Virginia Gendral Assembly will be concluded-in less 
than sixty days. Our adjournment date has been set for 
Saturday, Feb. 24. 

Of continuing particular interest to so many people in 
Virginia Beach is the issue of "usage sensitive pricing" 
by the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company. 
The telephone company has petitioned the State 
Corporation Commission for permission to charge for 
local service on the basis of: (1) number of calls made 
within the local service area; (2) the amount of time the 
calls in the local service area take; (3) the actual distance 
in miles within the local so^vice area that the call covers, 
and finally (4) the time of day when the call is made. 

No other state in America has adopted this usage 
sensitive pricing proposition on a state-wide basis. Only 
a few major cities such as San Francisco and Chicago 
now use it. Northern Virginia business customers are 
numdatorily charged on the basis of the number of calls 
made. The testimony before the utilities sub-committee, 
of which I am a member, was that 80 percent of these 
business customers experienced an increase in cost after 
this system became effective. ^ 

The C & P petition before the State Corporation 
Commission requests pomission to spend the many 
millions of dollars necessary to install the equipment to 
mak^ these four measurements. They plan to return in 
three years and apply then for the rates to be charged. In 
essence, Virginians are being asked to buy a "pig in a 
poke." 

When one considers the cost of the equipment to 



accomplish these four compUcated mrasuremehts and 
the cost of the personnel necessary to operate the 
equipment and make all the necessary Ubulatioiu and 
circulations, together with the personnel costs necessary 
to maintain such highly sophisticated machinery, I have 
serious reservations about the accrual of a significant 
. benefit for anybody, and fear substantially higher costs 
for most customers. 

I fully subscribe to the basic concept that one should 
generally pay for what he or she uses, and those using 
less should generally not have to pay as much. However, 
I feel that we need to wait for the experience in other 
states before committing Virginians to these additional 
costs and constraints. If experience elsewhere indicates 
that the majority of our citizens would benefit from this 
system, I will be the first to support the utlization of the 
system now being proposed by C & P . 

House Bill 1304, of which I am a co-patron and 
author of the language presently in the bill, is in accord 
with the philosophy expressed in this report to you. It 
has passed the house of delegates and is presently beofre 
the senate committee on labor and commerce. Senators 
Peter K. Babalas and Joseph T. Fitzpatrick from 
Virginia B«u:h and Norfolk are on this committee. 

Please c(mtinue to provide me with the great benefit 
of your opinions on all matters before us. Kindly write 
me as follows: Delegate Glenn B. McClanan, State 
Capitol, Richmond, Virginia 23219. 

•— Qlenn McChman 



YIesfMVfax'S Sun: Feb. 6, 1969 



B 9 9HI Mf to nvhwpnpiiy 

A board of survey has been set up to review the 
property occupied by the 24th Street Coast Guard 
Station, which was decommissioned Jan. 13. 

...The property wiU probably be declared in excess by 
the board and a recommendation to that effect 
forwarded to the Coast Guard headquarters in 
Washington, D.C. The survey will then be released to 
Ooieral Sovices Administration «"ho will dispose of the 
prop^y. 

Virginia Bcadi offldals have «ipressed an interest in 
the ^operty. The dty would like to develop the facility 
f(M- recreational pvaposes. 

Part of the property may go to heirs of the Edward 
Drinkwater family on the basis of a reversion clause in 
the Miginal deed. 

§mtmg9 Ifkmt to 9ifrat9 

Frank H. MlOer, Hampton Roads Sanitation District 
mnaga-, imlictt« the Little Creek sewage treatment 
plant should be In fuU o^icntion within the month. 

Sevo-il jNivate utility »)m|mnies, which repon«lly 
are iNVsratly (fiaduv^^ waste into the Lynnh|ven 
Wiva, have indkit^ they will Unk up with the new 



system when it is put into operation. These are listed as 
Holland Utilities, Princess Anne Utilities, PonlMroke 
Utilities and Aragona Utilities. 

Cavallw 9xpatt9kM 9tart9 

A ground breaking cemnony was heU Fd>. 2 at 
Cavalier Golf and Yacht Club on Cardinal Road foi a 
$1 million expansion program. The npan^on pn^ram 
will be accomtMshed in three leases ovm a tm yux 
poiod. ^ 

Construction oA the first pha^, a two-ievd sUn^ure, 
will begin vrithfat 30 days. Hie bulkfing ^M eoit 
ain>roximatdy 1^,000 and will house a dialog roam 
for 300 people on the top floor. Hie grour^ noot will be 
composed of an informal r«:rtttion/^tfng roon. 

The second phase of the ixognm wUl be hxated 
wh^e the pro shop stands now. It wUl ^Maln $eU 
lockers, a pio shop, snack bar and tar fMHt^. 

The present ciubtoi»e will be torn (kMm tot tte third 
phase of the expansion. The bulMing nfkmA^ the 
clubhouse will also be a two-levd stnA:ture. Tte tcq> 
floor will be compel of a te^ oidaafl km^ and 
two meeting rooms; the ground floor will cMttm ^ 
club's business offica. 



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program observes its 3ih birthday ihis month. 6ver 4.2 
million people in financial need who arc 65 or 0ldcr. or 
disabled, or blind now receive goW-oMorcd &SI ihecks. 

SSI has made a difference in Ihc lives of many 
Americans: The elderiy couple down ihc Ktrc<M whtnie 
only assets are their small home and a bcat-u|^ car and 
whose only regular income is $1112.70 froliu swial 
securiiy; or ihe mentally retarded 22- ycar-ol^ wiMnan 
who lives with her sister; or Ihe 34-year-old jiian wHh 
severe rheumatoid arthritis who isn't eNgibl^ for any 
other fiiuncial benefits. t 

The purpose of SSI is to provide monthly checks 
when they are needed so that the aged, dIsaMcd, and 
bUnd are assured of a basic cash income. When SSI 
began in January 1974, the maximum Federal payment 
was $140 a month for one eli^bie person ai|id $210 for 
an eligible married couple. Those anMiunfs have 
increased each year, and today are $189.40 ahd $284. 10. 

Of dourse, this doesn't mean that every eligible 
person gets that much in his or her SSI dieck. Some 
people get less because they already have other incmne. 
Others may get more because they live in la State that 
adds money to the Fecteral payment. I 

In most States, a person getting SSI is aljo eligible for 
Medicaid and social services provided ^y the State. 
Virginia does provide Medicaid. 

SSI provides financUd assistance while in^eserving 
personal dignity. Thne are no lioi laws aijd relatives are 
not required to help support SSI reolpient;., 

A person who is single (or married toil not living with 
his or her spouse) can have assets worth up to $1,300 
and still get checks. The amount for a c^ple is $2,230. 
Assets indude savings, stodcs. bond^. jewelry, and 
other valuables. A house and a car of icasonaMe value 
and personal effects do not coimt as assets. 

People can |iave some money coming in and still get 
SSI. The first $20 a month of aaeanMi income (such as 
social security iirotho' boiefltt, iiiN^est <^-sav!iigs, 
etc.) generally isn't counted. An additional $63 a month 
of earned income (from working) plus half of the 
eamlnp over $63 do not count. | 

Although SSI is run by the Social Security 
Administration, the payments are not the same as social 
security benefits. SSI is financed from general funds of 
the U.S. Treasury, while social se<^rity benefits are 
financed from contributions paid by employees, tlwir 
employers, and the self-employed. 

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Tidewater Community Col^ wdcomes veterans. In 
fact, 3200 TCC students are y^^rans aiiemling college 
under the G.I. Bill. The college invites and encourages 
military veterans to take advantage of benefits and 
programs available to assist with education and living 
costs. 

There is a Veterans Affairs Office at each TCC 
campus to provide assistance ip any veteran inieresied 
in attending Tidewater Commimhy CoU^e. 

Any veteran who entered i^ilitary service prior to 
January 1, 1977, is digible im etbicaiional benefits 
under the G.I. Bill. Benefits are awarded on a schedule 
according to how many cscfiH houn the. veteran is | 
taking and how many dependents he or she has. 

The veteran has ten year^ from the date of release 
from active duty to use benefits and nn recave benefits i 
for part-time or full-time eivollment. lo fad, many 
Tidewater Community Coll|bge stutknis. veterans and 
non-veterans, work fuU-timcf and attend dass part-time. 

Veterans Affairs offices at Ti<kwater Community 
College are currently randi^ding a surv^ of veterans 
who are former TCC students. Aimmg sonw of the facts 
these former studenu sufgfsst wc (eU woukHie veteran 
students; > 

ANYONE can attend TjCC who is 18 ywn old or a 
high school graduate. If you are over dghte(». a high 
school diploon or hi^ school eoiyyateocy (OED) is not 
required. This a^^iies to all stu3en4, veterans or non- 
veterans. 

A veteran with a lef>»-^han-honorabic dist^rgc nny 
be eligible for bcncnts. as long as the discharge is not 
dishonorable. 

The average age of th^ Ti<kwaler Community Coilqe 
student is 30. Tl« va^an wJk> is KiudM. to Mtoid 
college for fear of fMJihg out of {riace among a yowt. 
just-out-of-high-sch6ol student body may be 
encoura^ by this **€tikf'* sdiod pc^lukM^ 

In addition to betwflt payments, the V^erata Atfmn n 
otfkx at TCC can vtrinte {wymenl fw special tutorii^, 
and full-time stuctentf on apfriy for employn»nt m tto 
Veterans Affairs offi<^ as a work-study MiKtmi. 

Fw those who need assisiaiK» in En^lsh, mnh or 
rcadiiif, in nfilcr lo i^iain a wlki;c Icvd. TCC fN-ovi<te 
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Ill udUilitm to dfrecl bcMiil piiyiiitfiUM to vcl«.*raiis. 
there are hciterus avaihible lo dcpci^Ms of military 
personnel who ilie4 on WAive duty m who were icMally 
disabled during Ktlvt Aity. 



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More Beach- 
happenings 

Solftef ting $MYfce awrilaM 

Tht Virginia Beach Department of Agriculture 
offers a vegetable gan&n soil toting service. If 
residoits want their soil tested for this growing 
season, they should submit soil samples 
immediately. 

Soil samples can be left at any of the five 
branches of the public libraries or the Department 
of Agriculture/HorticiJture Office at Princess 
^\nne Municipal Center. 



Cliiife deslgMif to Mp 
9mok9nUekth9h9blt 

Have you found kicking the cigarette habit 
more difficult than you thought? The adult 
services unit of the yirginia Beach Recreation 
Center has scheduled a smokers clinic in 
coopenrtlon with the Virginia Lung Association 
for Feb. 8 at 7:30 p.m. Richard Bowman frpm the 
association . will lead a discussion and slide 
presentation on the effects of smoking on the 
body. 

The clinic is being held at no charge to the 
participants. For further information contact the 
adjrfl swvices unit at the recreation center, 499-' 
1281. 



MAS Oceana ob$9r¥99 
Black HIatmymak 

Black History Week will be observed at the 
Naval Air Station Oceana Feb. 11-17. A program 
entitled "Black Truth" will be presented at the 
base theater at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 12, and is 
designed as a variety show acknowledging blacks 
for their contributions to American society. 

A black fashion show atid readings from black 
poetry and prose will be included during the 
week's activities. The I^AS Oceana library will 
highlight books written by black authors and 
about black people. For more information call 
Airman Claude Fletcher Jr. at 425-3302. 



ICF comfifcts chaariag dVnlc 

The gymnasium at Independence Junior High 
will be the scene of the annual Regional School 
9pMt Oinic on Saturday, Feb. 24. Tlie event is 
one of a series of national clinics conducted by 
professional teac|iers from the International 
Cheerleadii^ Fouiidation. The ICF will provide a 
full day of new cheers and spirit-boosting 
activities. 

The event is open to all junior and senior high 
school cheerleaders and will feature instruction in 
cheer material and technique. A highlight of the 
one-day event will be an evaluation session where 
any squad present can receive written scoring on 
their cheers. ; 

Students interested in attending the clinic may 
register with Mrs. Phyllis Bradley at Independence 
Junior High School, 460-1108. The cost is $4 per 
person. Faculty sponsors and chaperones may 
attend without charge. 



Ba$km$woHi9aplmi Ban Night 

Tidewater chapter of the Amnion Business 
Women's Association will hold its annual Boss 
!«fisht on Feb. 12, with the social hour at 6 p.m. in 
the Mayfidr Room at the AdmirMt^ MoteL Dinner 
will be at 6:30 p.m. This meeting will also be the 
dtiznuhip month meeting. 

Guest speako* will be H. Lee Marchant, division 
mana^r, market sales for C & P Telephone 
Company. He will speak on "Personal 
Commumcations." Vcicattdnal speaker will be the 
club's Woman of the Ynr, Oayle CoUey. The C A 
P Glee Club will furnish entmainment. 



Ba^tyard orehartb iffscmsaif 

The Vi^inia B«idi Dqa^tment of Agriculture 
wUl condiMt a two hoiir c^ on the backyard 
ordiai^ bn^ursday, ¥tb. IS. The class will be 
held at the Virginia Beach Recreation Centor fhNn 
9:30 a.m.-12 noon and 7-9:30 p.m. The cla» will 
be conducted by nctension horticulturist lUiKly 
Ji^cson who will diKuss l»sic establishmeit and 
malntoiance of the home orchard and the b^t 
^^ettes of tree aiKi fiaall fruit f cm* UdewatR. 

Then n a $1 i^imatiODfee. To rtg^m (»- for 
additioiuU information ontac^ the Virginia Be^h 
Department of Agiicuiture/Cooperative 
EMisitM Sorvit^ at 427-461 1 . 



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" ihi¥' Ameriiean AssoclAtioA of Medical 
A^Mants, Viqinia Beach chajKer, will sponMr a 
M(k>^ioirite io tte KtvA t^lng Lounge of the 
O^enl H<^Mtal of Yu^adk Bead) on Feb. 13, 
fttm 1-7 p.m. Bedum of dw cri&al slferta^ of 
i^od n this anm, Kkdkal Awstants is s^tmg a 
fMloflSOjMats. 

Ittt SMfood PUkx and the Wn^n SzzUn 
SlodL Mwe W01 live pft o^m^bet to m ate 
d^Mi«|Au<tf^)od. 




ASTUTE BUYERS 

The man or woman who reads 
their community newspaper 
from cover-to-cover each issue is 
Aot only a well-informed person 



00 local evenu, but liis or her 
knowtodge through this reading 
haUt makes them become the^ 
most astute buyers in this 
community. 



M.I. ANDERSON, D.C. 



AniKNNicea the op«irfng of 
Mw AiNtoraon Chiropractic Office 



4S09WhltechapelDr. 

VircbiiaBudi.Va. 

Located In the Roto A Kruotti BMg. 

On* Woch off McpwidMica Blvd. 

at Pombrolia Blvd. 



Phono: 499-5100 



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Things to do this weeic in Virginia Beach 



Theatre 

"Champagne Compleii." Comedy by Leslie Stevens at the 
Tidewater Dinner Theato-, 4270 Northampton Blvd., Norfolk. 
Hours: Tuesday through Saturday - cocktails at 6 p.m., dinner at 7, 
show at 8:20. Sunday - cocktails at 4:30 p.m., dinner at S, show at 
6:15. Tickets: $13.90»ruesday through Thursday, $15.75 Friday 
through Sunday; group rates available. Call 461-2933 for more 
Information. Show endsSunday, Feb. 11. 

"The Gli^ Menagerie." Tennessee Williams' play at the Virginia 
Beach Department of Parks and Recreation theater, 800 Monmouth 
Lane. Performances Wednesday through Saturday at 8 p.m. and 
Sunday, Feb. 11, at 3. Free, but reservations requested at 499-1281. 
Show ending Sunday, Feb. 1 1 . 

Special events 

Smoker's Clinic. Tips on how to "kick the habit" by an official of 
the Virginia Lujig Association, 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Virginia 
Beach Recreation Colter, 8Q0Mo|unouth Lane. Det^ at 499-1281, 

Craft WofkAop. {Resented from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 1 1 , fw 
ages 16 and up at the Virginia Beach Recreation Centa, 800 
Monmouth Lane. Details at 499-1281 . 

Flea Market. Surfside Antique Rea Market, Feb. 9-10 at Virginia 
Beach Dome, 19th and Pacific Avenue. Admission $1, children under 
12 free. Free parking. 

For kids 

"Mike MulHgan and Us Steam Shovd^' "Asironoughts" and 
"Bear Trouble." Movies, 11a.m. Saturday at the Oceanfront branch 
library, 1811 Arctic Ave., Virginia Beach. 

"Cowboy." Movie, 1 1 a.m. Saturday at the Windsor Woods 
branch library, 3612 S. Plaza Trail, Virginia Beach. 

"Dorothy and the Ncckhwc" and "ReaHy Rosie." Movies, 1 1 a.m. 
Saturdayvat the Great Neck branch library, 1251 Bayne Drive. 
Virginia Beach. 

Valndoe'i Day Craft Clan. Presented 3 p.m. Saturday for ages 7 
to 12 at the Great Neck branch library, 1251 Bayne Drive, Virginia 
Beach. Free. Registration information at 481-6094. 

At the movies 

Bayne, 16tli Street aid Aflantib Avonc. "The Swarm" (PG). 

Beach, 25th Street ami Atfantk Avmibc. "Every Which Way But 
Loose" (PG). 

HIDtop, Firat CdoBlal Road. "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" 
(PG), "Superman" (PG). 

Tkc Movies, Pcnbroke Meadows Shoptdag CcBtcr. "Halloween" 
(R). "The Love Bug" (G). 

Pcnbroke, Pembroke MaH. "CUifomla Suite" (PG), "Wilderness 
Family Part 2" (G). 



Council opposes #804 

Virgink Beach City Council has gone on record as 
opp(»l&g Soiate Bill ^ beoiiise it would "severely 
weaken the ability of the Boaid of Zoning Appals to 
properly deal with variances presented to that body." 

Under the proposed biU, conadoed by a ^ate 
Conunittee Tuesday, a petitioner does not have to 
demonstrate any hardship, but has to show iwrely 
ina)nvenience. 

City Manager George L. Hanbury said that the 
change is contrary for the reason fm- the board. . 

If the Coastal Protection l^Uation (SB403) is not 
passed, Hanbury add«i, the localitta would have to 
pass tlMiir own ordinaiK» for which the board wouU be 
the app^b i^cy. A weakened appeals a^ncy would 
weakoi the purposes of the any local coastal iH-oteOion 
ordinance, he sud. 

Hanbury also announced tbit the (xwstal protection 
Ull was out of commftue nd before the full Senate. 

CcHincil Monday ipiN^n^ a resolution oppcMing 
SBKM. Last week (»undl, 1^ a vMe of m'^'mya" ted 
five at»toitioas af^rv^ a raKriution supporting the 
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Dance 

Disco Fcvo'. Informal dance party with instruction by the Dance 
World Studio 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 11, at the Virginia Beach 
Recreation Center, 800 Monmouth Lane. Details at 499-1281 . 

Teen Disco Dance Contest. Presented 4 p.m. Thursday for ages 13 
to 17 at the Virginia Beach Recreation Center, 800 Monmouth Lane. 
Pre-register at teen lounge. ' , -- 

Family Folk Dance. Dance instruction 7:30 p.m. the second and 
fourth Friday of each month at the Virginia Beach Recreation Center, 
800 Monmouth Lane. German, Russian, Yugoslavian and other 
international folk dances taught by Janet Litchfleld. Free. Details at 
499-128J. 



Intemadonal Folk Dancing CInb. Dances from European and 
Mediterranean countries, featuring Balkan and Israeli dances, 
presented Fridays (7:30 to 9 p.m. for beginners and 9 to 1 1 p.m. for 
advanced) at the .United Methodist Church, 19th Street and Pacific 
Ayepu^ YirgjpiaJeacluDonatipns JDctails al42&-69Q(\cy;4^7349.4.. , 

Film 

"Omega Man." Starring Charlton Heston, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at 
the Virginia Beach Recreation Center, 800 Monmouth Lane. Free. 
Details at 499-1281. 




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422-4333 
Hilltop Shoppes Hoars 10-6 
1746 Laskin Rd. Friday 10-9 
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Art 



Works by Wayne Fnkber. Exhibit of watercolors, oils and acrylics 
of the Outer Banks opens 1 p.m. Saturday at the Harold Decker 
Pinewood Square Gallery, S04 Pinewood Road, Virginia Beach. 
Hours: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Continuing 
through March 6. 

Fabric Hangings and Soft Scalptnrc by Lynne Sward. On view at 
the Oceanfront branch library; 1811 Arctic Ave., Virginia Beach. 
Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 9:30 a.m. 
to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Continuing through Feb. 17. 

"New Prints 79." Exhibit of new works by Virginia and nationally 
known aftists at the Harold Decker Haygood Gallery, 1033 
Independence Blvd., Vii^nia Beach. Hours: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Tuesday through Saturday. Continuing through Feb. 28. 

"Frahworks 79." Group showing of local young artists at the 
Harold Decker Pinewood Square Gallery, 304 Pinewood Road, 
Virginia Beach. Hours: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Show ends Thursday. 



Presents 
THE FEBRUARY SHOW OK. 

• Antiques 

• Collectibles 
•Crafts 
•Jewelry 

• Plants etc. 

February 9-10 
Hours 10:00 AM— 9:00 PM 

Va. Beach Dome 

19th and Pacific Avenue 

Admission $1.00 Adults 

C hildren Under 12 Free 

FKKK parking; 

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6 VIRGINIA BEACH SUND WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1979 



Kempsvllle High School Band represents 
Virginia in Festival of States 



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Governor John Dalton has named the Kempsville 
OtHigh School Band as the official representative of the 
■i^tate of Virginia at the famed Festival of States 
(Springtime celebration in St. Petersburg, Florida, 
"March 26 through April 7. 

(•'N-Kera^svllte's award winning band, which was' invited 
140 participate in the S8th annual festival, will be 
t«ompeting with bands representing 20 other states 
^during the two weeks of festivities that annually star 
bmore than three thousand teenagers. 
ji The Virginia Beach band will be competing for the 

three top festival awards: the Governor's Cup, awarded 
.annually to the best out-of-state band in the famed 
(Parade of States, viewed last year by more than 300,000 
^•spectators; the Mayor's Trophy, which goes each year 
tto the best out-of-state band in the popular standing 

room only Champions on Parade, a three-hour 
imighttime extravaganza; and the Heart of St. Petersburg 
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Plaque, presented to the band whose members "win the 
heart of the city" by promoting goodwill between their 
home state and the people of the Sunshine State. 

As honored guests of the 58th annual festival, the 
Kempsville Band will be almost constantly in the 
limelight performing at various service and civic clubs, 
in chiirches, hotels and at St. Petersburg's downtown 
bandshefl^ in Williams Park. In their spare time, the 
bandmembers will get a chance to visit Florida's w^ 
coast beaches on the Gulf of Mexico and the many 
attractions in and around the Sunshine City. 

Hundreds of thousands of tourists and Tampa Bay 
area citizens will be watching the Virginia Beach band 
when it marches in the Eleventh Annual Illuminated 
Night Parade on April 3, and the two-mile long Parade 
of States down the St. Petersburg waterfront, which, 
climaxes the Festival's 200-event, two-week springtime 
celebration. 



Beach women attend Job seminar at TCC 



The problems of 
working women are not 
/strictly related to on-the- 
job activities. Some of the 
problems surface even 
before the job begins. 
How do you get a job if 
you have no experience? 
How do you deal with^an 
interviewer who asks 
)fllegal questions? What if 
you are physically 
handicapped? 
* Forty-six women of all 
<4ges recently examined 
these questions and others 
fn 'a job exploration 
Seminar co-sponsored by 
the Virginia Beach campus 
of Tidewater Community 
CoUege and the Princess 
^nne Business and 
1*rofessional Women's 
Club. 

p Keynote speaker for the 
two-evening session on 
campus was Nancy Budd 
of Kelly Services who 
discussed the advantages 
1 6i temporary employment 
! fg^ , yiyfj 'wornen just 
I beginning work or re- 
I entering the work force 
{after an absence of several 
{years. The seminar also 
•examined career 

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the Virginia Beach campus of Tidewater 
Community College will observe Black Student 
Month during February. Ilie Black Student 
Alliance has planned a number of activities and 
observances on the th«ne "History: Torch to the 
Fujture." All events are open to the public. 

Feb. I3r 12:30 p.m., D-124, Old Dominion 
University Black Gospel Sngs; Feb. IS, 10 p.m., 
Green Run Recreation Center Dance; Feb. 20, 
12:30 p.m., B-100. Old Dominion University 
Dance Group, "Ebony;" Feb. 22, 9 a.m., D-124, 
Bhck College Day. with rq>resei^tatives from all 
the predominantly bUick rallies in Virginia and 
North Carolina on campus. /For further 
information, contact Wanda Allen at 427-3070, 
ext. 154. 



fiMcH 99phomon g099 o^ stog« 

John Hatchett, a sophomore majoriiw in acting 
and the son of Cmdr. and Mrs. J.W. Hatchett of 
Virginia Beach, is a dancer and chorus ijiember in 
the play "Anyone Can Whistle" being presented 
atSyracuse University Feb. 16-18 and 22-25. 



B9ach9tuthnt9ani»honot9 

Megan A. Barton of Lord Leighton Dr., 
Virginia Beach, has been named to the dean's list 
at the University of Rhode Island for achieving a 
high academic standard during the fall semester. 



fCempsW/le WitwA on d9an'9 IM 

Lauren Marie Allen, a 1978 graduate of 
Kempsville High School, is on the dean's list at 
Sam Houston State University. She is majoring in 
computer science. 



One hwodrsi fourty fo^r!^ gifted studeits fmni 
the Virgfiiia Beach PubUq Schools are attemiing 
Satur^ jpornii^ eUiiicii^ the Vir^nia Busk 
campu$i^ Tidewater Commuttitir Co^e. The 
annual jyogram exposes fifth, sixth, and seiamth 
grade liud^ts to i^edal coqrse work in the fidds 
of natural sciences, mathematics, and 
elMtricity/|^ctronics. 

While ^ (Murse work is not coU^e ievd, 
classet iil' taught h^. ifegular Tidewater 
Commun^ College faculty members in the 
college classrooms and laboratories. Students 
receive instruction in bioloi^yi, chemistry, gralogy, 
physics, mathematics, and dectridty/elec^ronk:^. 
During the twelve-itraek |ta-^ram. sttidents are 
exposed to four weeks in fi^ of the three b«sic 
areas of science, ;mathetn«tics and 
electricity/electronics. ^ , 

The students are all oirdlled in the Vii^nia 
Beach Public School Systkihs program for the 
gifted and talented. This is (the fourth year the 
school system and TCC ha>|e o)operated in this 
project for gifted students. 1 ' 



Fmirt99n^^9d^honomtt 

Fourteen area wcHnen w<nrf placed on the honor 
roll at Princess Anne Business Collie for the fall 
quarter. All of these wo^en maintained a 3.0 
grade point average, with no grade lower than a B. 

Honor roll students werft Eleanor Crisdmie, 
Barbara I^uiiels, Ruthanne Dean, Janice Kfa^, 
Ramona Nunez, Carol Zaiddikowsky, Christine 
Bwtugno. Kim Caffee, MJU^ed Dunbar. V^eric 
Everett, Marilyn Martin, Pam Mitchum, Lonna 
Moore, and Linda Whit^i«-st. Ms. Daniels. Ms. 
Dean, and Ms. Mitdium all attained a 4.0 GPA, 
allA's. 



Poetry contest open to Beach high school studente 



Kathy Andersen, standbig, leads a panel diseussion at tiie Job Explonilioa Seiriiiar at 
the VH'^ida Beach campus of Tidewater Community Colloge. 



opportunities in a variety 
of areas from clerical to 
management,, 

Kathy Anderson, 
secretarial science 
instructor at TCC in 
Virginia Beach and 
coordinator of the 



program, said the job, 
explorafKlh" semiriar was 
attended: by women 'from 
their early twenties as well 



as women in their sixties. 
She said"many of those 
who* attended the setfdifiEfr 
were military wives. 



Virginia Beach high 
school students are invited 
to submit their poetry for 
a new poetry contest 
sponsored by the English 
Department at Virginia 
Tech in Blacksburg. First 
prize will be $100; second, 
SSO; third. $25 and fourth', 
$10. In addition, 
honorable mentions will 



Young Audiences sets performances for February 



be made as deserved. The 
deadline for submission is 
March 15. 

The purposes of the 
poetry contest are to 
encourage the writing of 
poetry among high school 
students in' Virginia,' fd 
recognize and reward the 
best efforts of those 
students, to highlight 
concern for writing poetry 
in institutions of higher 
education, and to feature 
the writing, reading, and 
judging of poetry in a 



workshop for a wide 
audience of students, 
parents, teachers and all 
others interested in 
poetry. 

The contest rules limit 
poems to one per stiulent, 





mattM-. entries 
typed and douUe-spKed 
on iW X 11" paper or 
neatly liandwritten. lite 
student's name, age, 
grade, home address, and 
telephone ipimber should 



jBeach schools announce 

iextramuraf Mffnners 

I 

I The winners of the second extramurals have been 
^announced by the Virginia Beach Public Schools 
^hrough the Health and Physical Education section. 
lExtramurals are held at the conclusion of each teaching 
sunit and bring together the intramural winners from the 
secondary schools. These events were held at four 
ichools with each member of a winning team and each 
individual winner being recognized. 

The girls beginning basketball tournament was held at 
Bayside Junior High with the host team defeating Plaza 
Junior in the final game. Members of the winning team 
were: Tracy Peckham, Diane Neuby, Sandy Whitfield, 
Pauiette Elliott, Alicia Davis, Anita Griffin, Debra 
Alvis, Laurie Pieper, Rosin Elliott, and Tracy Phillips. 

The boys beginning basketball tournament was held 
at Virginia Beach Junior High with Princess Anne 
Junior winning the championship. Members of Princess 
Anne Junior were: Shawn Foreman, Kenneth 
Washington, Joe loria, Brian Kenety. John Tirey, 
Woody Wendell, and Jerry Quick. 

The girls gymnastic tournament was held at 
lndependen<» Junior High with the following winners: 
floor exercise, Tracy Long, Independence Junior; 
unevens, Kelly Wood, Lynnhaven Junior; beam, 
Debbie Gr^ory, Independence Junior; vaulting, Kelly 
Wood, Lynnhaven Junior; all-around, Cindy Kincaid, 
Lynnhaven Junior. 

The boys wrestling tournament was held at Plaza 
Junior High with the weight class winners below: 84 
lbs., Robert Molioy, Bayside Junior; 91 lbs., Willie 
Anderson, Plaza Junior; 98 lbs., John Farrar, 
Lynnhaven Junior; 105 lbs., Tim Harrell, Lynnhaven 
Junior; 112 lbs., Jim Downing, Lynnhaven Junior; 119 
lbs.. Jimmy Ormao, Brandon Junior; 126 lbs., Bryan 
Evans, Lynnhaven Junior; 132 lbs., Danny White, 
Lynnhaven Junior; 138 lbs., Jamey Francis, Lynnhaven 
Junior; 145 lbs., Todd Wobig, Brandon Junior; 155 
lbs., Gary Waltman, Lynnhaven Junior; 165 lbs., Tim 
Hughes, Virginia Beach Junior; 175 lbs.,' Scott Pierce, 
Bayside Junior; unlimited, Allen Halstead, Lynnhaven 
Junior. 



Following is the 
February schedule of 
performances by Young 
Audiences ensembles of 
Virginia Beach. The 
concerts and workshops 
will take place in schools 
throughout Tidewater, 
and though they are not 
open to the general public, 
the programs reach 
thousands of children. 
They are listed here to 
raise awareness and 
stimulate the interest of 
parents, educators and 
students in the performing 
arts which complement 
educational programs in 
the schools. 

7 - 9:15 a.m., American 
Jazz Ensemble, Court 
House Elementary. 

7 - 9:15 a.m., 
Burchfield Ballet, 
Woodstock Elementary. 

9-9:15 a.m., Norfolk 



Brass Quintet, Cooke 
Elementary. 

9 - 10 a.m., Kadiem 
String Trio. College Park. 

12 - 9:30 a.m., 
American Jazz Ensemble, 
Lynnhaven Elementary. 

14 - 9:30 a.m., 
American Jazz Ensemble. 
Old Donation 

Elementary. 

14 - 9:30 a.m., 
Burchfield Ballet, Kings 
Grant Elementary. • 

15 - 9:15 a.m., Locrian 
Consort, Trantwood 
Elementary. 

16 - 9:15 a.m., Locrian 
Consort, White Oaks 
Elementary. 

16 - 1:30 p.m., Kadiem 
String Trio, Arrowhead 
Elementary. 

20 - 9:15 a.m., Virginia 
Chamber Ensemble 
(workshop), Seatack 
Elementary. 



20 - 9:30 a.m., 
American Jazz Ensemble, 
Oceanair Elementary. 

21 - 9:30 a.m., 
Burchfield Ballet, Center 
for Effective Learning. 

21 - 10:30 a.m., 
American Jazz Ensemble 
(workshop). Kings Grant 
Elementary. 

21 - 1:30 p.m., 
American Jazz Ensemble, 
Arrowhead Elementary. 

27 - 9:10 a.m., 
American Jazz Ensemble. 
Hermitage Elementary. 

27 - 9:15 a.m., Virginia 
Chamber Ensemble, 
SeatMk Qemetitary. 

28 - 9:15 a.m.. 
American Jazz Ensemble, 
Kings Grant Elementary. 

Schools pay half of the 
performing ariists' fees. 
Young Audiences pays the 
otho- half. 



appear in the upper right- 
hand comer of each enoy.? 
A sign^ statement by the 
student that the poem i^ 
his-her original work, and 
the signature of the 
iponsoring English 
teacher must aMMArbciow 

\ m one envelope to Poetfy 
l^ontest, Enf lishl 
ibepartment, WUiamtt 
jliall, VPI A SV,* 
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FEB. 8-14 




Slashing property taxes 
and quashing big spenders 
is this year's remedy for 
the high cost of living, 
according to a nationwide 
survey of 21,500 high 
school juniors and seniors 
listed in "Who's Who 
Among American High 
School Students." 

Eight out of ten teens 
polled would vote for tax 
iimiations a la California's 
Proposition 13, but they 
aren't too sure that they'd 
like to give up any 
govemmoit amenities. A 
vast majority (95^) 
would maintain police and 
fire protection, and their 
school programs, but the 
students are puzzled about 
the future for parks, 
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libraries and public medicine? Education,' 
transportation. Half i Wergy conservation and 
would keep these services. ^ ^vironmental prote^on* 
L,,. •_-., — .J ... .L-_ i^ould get a boost from at 



while half would let than 
go. 

Inflation makes these 
teens' blood boil. too. A 
shot in the arm for 
America's troubled 
economy is a top priority 
for a plurality (35^). But 
half of the group did not 
approve the CaAer ' 
Administration's pro-^ 
posed cures when thef 
survey was conducted in^ 
the summer of 1978. 

If lowered spending is 
the prescription, what! 
ailments wotild get the' 



vast majority of the 
Students. If they «ould/: 
.cho<»e where their fedend :. 
tax d(rilars are aUocttidr, 
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■reform. 



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Tidewater builders 8^ 
coastal bill unacceptable 



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pe Coastal Resources Management bill (S.B. 403) 
which Jias aroused so much interest and «)ntroversy 
with its off-limits 1000 foot "fastlands" buffer strip, 
has undergone a metamorphosis in order to appear 
more attractive to its critics. The fastlands zone, which 
includwl all land areas up to 1000 feet inland from mean 
high water, has been dropped. 
' The fastlands had become the hottest item in the bill 
when it was realized that thousands of acres in the state, 
along not oirfy the coast but every conceivably tidal 
oreek and river, would be subject to special use permits 
and local and possible state review boards. There was so 
much opposition to that portion of the bill that its 
patron, S«i. Gartlad, dropped it hoping the opposition 
would just melt away. After all, it seems feasible that 
I the mayor of a small town in western Virginia would 
j lose interest in what he would interpert as a coastal 
I issue. ' 

I So the fastlands is gone for the moment. Gone, but 
I not forgotten. It seems certain now that Gartlan is 
f pushing for passage of a less controversial bill this year 
I with the hope that, once the legislation is on the books, 
I it am be more easily amended next year to include the 
fastlands. 
I But next year aside, consider for a moment what 
I remains of the bill. The legislation if passed will regulate 
I building on hundreds of miles of mudflats, sandy 
I beaches and primary dunes. Fine, you say, we should be 
I paying attention to what's happening on our mudflats, 
>sandy beaches and dunes. Builders and developers 
jagree. But look closely at what this particular piece of 
Ilegislatiot^ is saying: 

I I. The jbill still calls for the necessary funding and 
jstoffing to create a new Shorelands board to consider 
jpermit applications. This board would add another 
Mayer of bureacracy to the home building process which 
lis already over-regulated. A new ' bureacratic layer 
{would add to the price of new housing which is already 
tSlowly crwping away from the grasp of the middle- 
income family. 



2. Still unaddressed in the bill is the vital issue of a 
person's right to use his own property, Jhis legislation 
could "take" property with no compionsation, raising 
what is a very real constitutional issue. 

3. Also unaddressed is any consideration of socio- 
economic conditions that might at, some future time 
justify incursion into the dunes/mudflats areas. The 
absolute 'thou shalt not' rigidity of the bUl's language 
portends ill for the future growth of both Virginia 
Beach and Chesapeake. There may well come a time 
when we will ne«l all our land and resourcesavailable to 
us. 

4. Lastly we; must look at what this bill suggests in the 
way of federal land use control. By passing a federally 
acceptable plan for mudflats, beaches and dunes this 
year and at the same time continuing to work toward a 
fastlands solution, Virginiiei can continue to receive 
planning money for another year. Traditionally the 
acceptance of federal money has opened the door to 
federal control. Last year Virginia ranked 44th among 
the states that rely on federal aid. Virginians have 
always liked it that way. And most residents of Virginia 
Beach and Chesapeake would undoubtedly i^refer to 
have decisions of the magnitude of S.B. 403 kept at the 
local level where the individual's voice can still be heard. 

It must be added as a final addendum that once the 
nriachinery to carry out this legislation is set up, the state 
might well have to carry the costs of adiriinistering it 
should federal funding dry up. That means a bigger bite 
out of everyone's wallet. 

For all the reasons stated above. Tidewater Builders 
Association remains opposed to S.B. 403 even without 
the fastlands provision. We think there are better 
alternatives to consider. One such alternative might be 
to have the very important sand dune protection written 
into the already established Wetlands ordinances. We 
urge every reader to examine this whole issue again . 



Ideas and hard work 

pay off for Beach residents 



EMes attends 

Realtors 

meetings 

Ray Estes, C-R.B., 
'C.R.S.. a Virginia Beach 
realtor, was am<»ig more 
tkml 3;(W»' iMson»o«iid' 

winter meetings of the 
National Association of 
Realtors and Realtors 
National Marketing 
Institute, Jan. 24-3b in 
Washington, D.C. 

Estes. appointed as a 
member of the Realtors 
Education Committee and 
four committees of 
Realtors National 




Virginia Beach residents 
Francis L. Romero, 
Richard W. Ewing, 
Benjamin L- Rogers, 
Catherine F. Smithwick 
and Virgil I. Maynard are 
among Norfolk Naval 
Shipyard employees cited 
recently for contributing 
outstanding performance 
and igoney- saving 
9rtt biBW3i bnfi o^ifrgo 



suggestions to their jobs . 

Fifty^five shipyarders 
received a total of 
S7,684.30 in incentive 
awards for offering 
service ancT suggestions 

that saved the government 
$19,233.96 and improved 
efficiency and safety at the 
sWpyardL r ' ' " 

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RayEstM 

Marketing Institute, 
helped determine activities 
for those committees 
during 1979. 



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•A chidtn tai every pot. It 

"ain't What it used to be." 
Back in the '30&, chicken 
cost more than prime rib, 



ham or fillet of sole. That 
was before the hybred 
broiler-ffyer made chicken 



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Marin, Batnlglit 
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Ronald H. Marks aiid 
W. Brantley Basnight pf 
Virginia Beach have been 
accepted for membership 
in the Association of Trial 
Lawyers of America 
(ATLA). 

ATLA. a 35,000 
member organization with 
members from the fifty 
states, Puerto Rico and 
Canada, is the nation's 
largest trial bar 
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educational workshops 
and seminars aimed at 
furthering the trial 
lawyer's professional 
growth. 



KIckoff meeting 

Harry land, Buddy Duke and Jeff Long, from right, of Hoffman Boverago Co., Virginia 
Btadi, aro greeted by country music singer/songwriter Hoyt Axton during the recent 
Buech beer wlwieealers' Itidtoff extravtgaiua in Ciuulotte, N.C. 



The builders' lament 



An engineer who felt the pinch of our tight economy was able to 
keep his sense of humor intact and recently mailed this letter, along 
with his membership renewal check to his respective professional 
society: . 

Gentlemen: 

I reply to your letter requesting a check I wish to inform you that 
the present condition of my bank account makes this impossible. My 
shattered financial state is due to federal laws, county laws, 
corporation laws, liquor laws, mother-in-laws, and outlaws. 

Through these laws I am compelled to pay a business tax 
amusement tax, head tax, school tax, gas tax, phone tax, sales tax, 
excise tax and income tax. I am required to get a business license, auto 
license, fishing license, matriage license and dog Ucense. 1 am also 
leefmgedtd'Ccmtmbute toeverysocre^itnd organization imaginable to 
women's relief, to unemployment relief, to gold-digger's relief, - to 
every hospital and charitable institution in the city, including the Red 
Cross, Black Cross, White Cross, Purple Cross and double cross. 

For my own protection, I am required to carry life insurance, 
property insurance, burglary insurance, accident insurance, 
earthquake insurance and tornado insurance, unemployment 
insurance, old age insurance, and fire insurance. My business is so 
governed that it is hard for me to find out exactly who owns it. I am 
inspected, expected, suspected, disrepected, rejected, dejected, 
examined, reexamined, informed, required, summoned, fined, 
commended, and compelled until I supply money for every need of the 
human race. Simply because I refuse to donate to something or other I 
am boycotted, talked about, lied about, held down and robbed until I 
am almost ruined. 

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8> VIRCINU BEACH SUMP WEDiysnAV tfjiruaRY 7. 1979 



VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC NOTICES 



In the Clerl's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 24th day of January, 
1979. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Allen Kincaid, Plaintiff, 
against Linda Ragland 
Kincaid, Defendant. 

TTie object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of more than 
one year separation. And 
an affidavit having been 
. made and filed that the 
defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last Icnown 
post office address being: 
7400 Stirling Road, 
Hollywood, Florida, it is 
ordered that Linda 
Ragland Kincaid do 
appear on or before the 
20th of March, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

/ A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Qerk 

Jeffrey G. Haverson 
318 Holiday Inn Scope 
Norfolk, Virginia 

1/31,2/7.2/14,2/21 



Parliament Drive 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
13462 

1/31.2/7,2/14,2/21 



Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
24th day of January, 1 979 

to the Matter of the 
adoption of Dawn Marie 
Wilson and the-ch^ge of 
naK«9^i,^C i^ant; , xo 
Dawn Mane SniitH 

Chancery No. C78-2071 

By: David Hill Smith and 
Sheila Lynne Winnett 
Wilson Smith, Petitioners 

To: Timothy Theron 

Wilson 

c/oSybill Wilson 

Route 2 

Creer, South Carolina 

ORDER 

This day came David 

Hill Smith and Sheila 

Lynne Winnett Wilson 

Smith, husband and wife, 

Petitioners, and 

represented that the object 

of this proceeding is to 

effect the adoption of the 

above-named infant^ 

Dawn Marie Wilson, by 

David Hill Smith and 

Sheila Lynne Winnett 

Wilson Smith, husband 

and wife, and affidavit 

having been made and 

filed that Timothy Theron 

Wilson, a natural parent 

of said child, is a non- 

rnident of the State of 

Virginia, the last known 

post office address bdng: 

c/o Sybil Wilson, Route 2, 

Greer, South Carolina. 

It is therefore 
ORDERED that the said 
Timothy Theron Wilson 
appear before this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interMt in this 
matter. 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 24th day of January, 
1979. 

Robert Franklin Hagans, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Lorraine Thomas Hagans, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant upon the 
grounds of having lived 
and apart without 
interruption or 

cohabitation for a period 
exceeding one year. 

And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office addr^s 
being: 4209 Belvue 
Avenue, Baltimore, 
Marylandr. 

It Js ordered that 
Lorraine Thomas Hagans 
do appear on or before the 
20tlj of !|4arch, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk 

J. Hugo Madison, Atty., 
p.q. 

United Va. Bank Bldg. 
Norfolk, Virginia 

1/31.2/7,2/14,2/21 

Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
25th day of January, 
1979. 

In Re: Name change of 
Robert Renaldo Pearson 
to Robert Renaldo Cutler 

In Chancery #C-79- 136 

By: Earnest Lee Cutler, 
Jr. and Lauretta B. 
Cutler, Petitioners 

To: Robert Lester Pearson 
526 Hannan Street 
Petersburg, Virginia 

ORDER 



John V.Fentress 

Qerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

Stuart R. Gordon 
3707 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23452 

1/31,2/7,2/14,2/21 



ORDER 

Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 24th 
day of January, 1979. 

. David Jonathan Vaughan, 
Complainant, 
vs. 

Joann Vaughan Law, 
Davis A. Vaughan, 
ITiomas A. Vaughan, 
Thomas A. Vaughan, 
Marvel W. Vaughan. 
Rodney Lane. 
Frank Lane. 
Rose Ellen Wadsworth, 
Margaret Blake, 
and 

June Kay Freeman, 
Defendants. 

The object of this suit is 
to construe and interpret 
the Last Will and 
Testament of Lonnie H. 
Nosay, deceased, and the 
Complainant prays that he 
be declared, pursuant to 
the terms of that Will, the 
fee simple owner of 
certain property known as 
"the land at Bethel 
Church" which was 
devised to him porsuant to 
the terms thereof . 

And an Affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that certain 
Qefendants are non- 
residents of the State of 
Virginia and their last 
known post office 
addresses are set forth 
hereinafter; to-wit: 
"Joanne Vaughan Law, 
3165 Ayrshire, Bloomfield 
Hills, MI. 48102; Thomas,. 
A. Vaughan, 955 Waikiki 
Drive, Merritt Island, FL. 
32952; Rodney Lane. 
P.O. Box 536. Carey. NC. 
37511, and Frank Lane, 
2371 Leisure Lake Drive, 
Dunwoody, GA, 30338." 
It is therefore 
ORDERED that Joanne 
Vaughan Law, Thomas A. 
Vaughan, Rodney Lane, 
and Frank Lane, do 
appear on or before the 
23rd day of March, 1979, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect their 
interests in this suit. 



creditors of, and all others 
intwested in, the estate do 
diow cause, if any they 
can, on the Mi day of 
February, 1979, before 
this Court at its 
courtroom, agaiast the 
payment and delivery of 
the Esute of Amye S. 
Martin, deceased, to the 
distributees without 
requiring refunding 
bonds. 

A Copy Teste: 

John V. Fentrcu, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Dtputy Clerk 

I ask for this: 

John W. Eppler, Atty. 

of Counsel for United 

Virginia Bank/Seaboard 

National, Executor of the 

Estate of Amye S. Martin, 

deceased 



Johp V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: j'. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Oerk 

ZobyftColUas 

340 B.>fewt<^n Road 

Virginia Beacli. Virginia 

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1/31.2/7 



" ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 30th day of January, 
1979. 

Carroll Ann McCarthy, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Gregg Thomas McCarthy, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain an annulment 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of 
defendant's previous 
marriage was not 
dissolved prior to date of 
marriage between parties. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia,! the/lasttkaonoir;' 
post office address being 
178 Larch Ave., Bogota, 
New Jersey. ^ 

It is ordered that Gregg 
Thomas McCarthy do 
appear on or before the 
23rd of March. 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his Interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Robert B. Cromwell, Jr. 
p.q. 



In tiiie aerk's Office of 
the Circuit Cotirt of the 
City of Virginia ftoch, on 
the 2&d day of January, 
1979. 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICAtibN 

Samantha Sandra Dbbson 
Foranan, Plainti^ against 
Jack Thomas I'dreman, 
Jr., Defi^ant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said Defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that due 
diligence has been used by 
and on behalf of the 
complainant to ascertain 
in what county or 
corpomtion the defendant 
is, without effect, the last 
known past office address 
being; 961 1-A 5th Bay 
Street, Norfolk, Virginia 
it is ordered that Jack 
Thomas Foreman, Jr. do 
appear on or before the 
15th of March, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

^^^ John V. Fentrus, 

_1_^ Clerk 

J. Curtis Fruit 
Deputy Clerk- 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Vir^nia Beach, on 
the 24th day of January, 
1979. 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

Betsy Ross Valentine. 
Plaintiff, against Patrick 
Ronald Valentine, 
Defoidant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of a 
separation of more than 
one year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: 228 North Metzger 
Road, Rittman, Ohio 
44270, it is ordered that 
Patrick Ronald Valentine 
do appear on or before the 
20th of March, 1979. and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

"* John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J, Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

Theodore A. Boyce 
105 N. Plaza Trail 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 



1/31,2/7,2/14,2/21 



^jui4for one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non- 
residmt lof the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address bang: 
2801 Muro Street, Spiney 
Lake, North Carolina it is 
ordered that Gene Gordon 
Doty do appear on or 
before the l^th of March, 
1979. anddpj^atmay N 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

E.C. Powell 

3653 Sewells Point Road 

Norfolk, Virginia 23513 

1/31,2/7,2/14,2/21 



Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on, the 
22nd of January, 1979. 

IN RE: Adoption of Baby 
Boy No. 26016 and change 
of name to Ramsey Bryan 
Dudley 

By: Daniel Shipp Dudley 
and Carolyn Ramsey 
Dudley, Petitioners 



ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 



1979. 

Algeria Eubanks, 

Plaintiff, 

a^inst 

Fndetkk H. Ei^uiks, Jr., 

Defendant. 

Hw object of this suU is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii frorn 
the said defoidant, U|k>n 
the grounds that the 
Complainant and 
Defendant have been 
living sqwrate and afwrt 
in mcess of one year 
unintoTuptedly. 

And an affidavit havjaf 
been made and flied that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State <^ 
Virginia, the last known 
post office «ldress being 
343 Raleigh St.. S.E. Apt. 
6. Washington, D.C. 
20032. 

It is ordered that 
Frederick H. Eubanks, Jr. 
do appear on or before the 
9th of March, 1979. and 
do what may be necessanr 
to protect his intnest in 
this suit. 

Acopy-T«te: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

James H. Foronan, p.q. ' 
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ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 



'fidewater Legal- Aid 
Society 

c/o" Department"©? SbcfaT 
Services Building 
Virginia Bnch Boulevard 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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In the Clerk's, Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 22nd day of January. 
1979. 

..ORDEROF . 



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This day came Earnest 
Lee Cutler. Jr. and 
Lauretta B. Cutler, 
Petitioners, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the name change of 
the above infant, Robert 
Renaldo Pearson, by 
Earnest Lee Cutler, Jr. 
and Lauretta B. Cutler, 
husband and wife, and 
Affidavit having been 
made and filed that 
Robert Lester Pearson, a 
natural parent of said 
child, is a non-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office 
address being: 526 
Hannan Street, 

Petersburg, Virginia. — 



A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress 

aerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

We ask few this: 

R. Michael Smith, p.q. 

Suite 201, 404 South 



It is therefore 
ORDERED that the said 
Robert Lester Pearson 
appear before this Court 
on or before March, 1979 
and indicated his attitude 
toward the proposed name 
change, or otherwise do 
what is necessaty to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 

A copy-Teste: 



John V. Fentress, Clerk 

J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk 

I ask for this: 
James E. Brydges, Jr. 

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SHOW CAUSE ORDER 

Virginia: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 23rd 
day of January, 1979 

Re: Amye S. Martin, 
deceased 

Chancery Paper No. 
C.P. 4985 

It appearing that a 
report of the accounts of 
United Virginia 

Bank/Seaboard National. 
Personal Representative 
of the estate of Amye S. 
Martin, deceased, and of 
the debts and denumds 
against her estate has been 
filed in the Clerk's Office, 
and that six months have 
elapsed since the 
qualification, on motitm 
of United Virginia 
Bank/Seaboard National; 
It is ordo-ed that tlw 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 22nd day of January, 
1979. 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

Lesley Diane Heath, 
Plaintiff, against Melvin 
Leiand Heath. Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the pounds of Section 20- 
91 (9) 1950. Code of 
Virginia, as amended 
(separation in excns of 
one year). And an 
affidavit having been 
made and fil«jl th^ the 
defendant is a non- 
resident of the ^mx of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Suff Sgt., E-5 Box 358, 
APO New York, New 
York 09860 H is ordered 
that Melvin Leiand Heath 
do appear on <h- before the 
15th of March, 1979, and 
do what may be iMKessary 
to protect his Intnest in 
this suh. 

A «ipy-Te^e: 



In the Clerk's Offiof of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 25th day of January, 
1979. 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

Roslyn Geraldine Dodson, 
Plaintiff, against BoU)y 
Earl DodsoQ. Defendant. 

The object of this rait is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo maOrlmonii tnm 
the saU d^endant upmi 
the groun<b of sepitfation 
of more than one year in 
accordance idth Section 
20-91 (9) of the Code of 
Virginia, 19S0, as 
amended. ; And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non- 
resiftoit of the State of 
Virpnia, th« last known 
post office «ldress bdng: 
UIO HamUn Drive, 
aorwater, Florida 33316 
It is oi^ered that Bobby 
Earl Dodson do aptxar on 
or before the 2M of 
March, 1979, and4o what 
may be ntcetsaryA to 
protect his intmwt in this 
niit. 

Acopy-Tette: 

Join Vv J'eatraH 

'"L Oerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Dqra^derk 



Janie Mills Dangerfield 
Coleman, Plaintiff, 
against Jam^^ William 
Coleman, Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non- 
resident of the State pf 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
U.S.S. John F. Kennedy, 
FPO New York, New 
York 09501 it is ordered 
that James William 
Coleman do appear on or 
before the 15th of March, 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

Tom C. Smith 
2604 Padfic Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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BoycxAKa^s 
lOSN. Plaza Twril 
Virginia Be^tTirginia 

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In the aerk's Offux of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 23rd day of January, 
1979. 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

Diane Doty, Plaintiff, 
against Gene Gordon 
Doty. Defi^ant. 

HieobJMtof thtt rait is 
to obtain a Hfvorce a 
mensa m thoro to be later 
m^gni into a divonx a 
vincBlo matrinMmii from 
the hM MmAott, qxm 
the gronmis of cruelty 



ChyC-77-1738 

To: John Doe. 

Unknown Natural 
Father, 

Address Unknown 

This day came Daniel 
Shipp Dudley and Carolyn 
■^amkey ! T>Hfaiifjf,5:' 
Petit ioiii r¥ ,, rfi eg^rtM? 
rqjresented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adopUon of the 
above named infant, Baby 
Boy No. 2601.6 and change 
of name to Ramsey Bryan 
Dudley, by Daniel Shipp 
Dudley and Carolyn 
Ramsey Dudley, husband 
and wife, and affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that John Doe, 
unknown natural father of 
an unnamed male child 
born on October 1, 1976 
to Terri Smigay in the 
Portsmouth Naval 
Hospital, Portsmouth, 
Virginia, and that the 
whereabouts of the 
natural father is 
Unknown, and that due 
diligence has been us«l by 
and on behalf of the 
petitioners to ascertain in 
what county of 
corporation the natural 
father is, without effect, 
and that the last post 
office address being: 
Unknown. 

It is therefore Onlered 
that the said John Doe 
appear before this Court 
on or before the 19th day 
of March, 1979, and 
indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 

Acc^-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit. D.C. 

R. Stanley Hiuigins, p.q. 
im First St Mnchants 
Bnk. Bldg. 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Q»urt of the 
City of Virginia BMch, oo 
the 17th day of January. 
1979. 

Barbara Kimmitt 
Rackensperger, ,^ 

-\f ^^^l*'* 1 I'tji 111 I .j(i|i«<i» 

,i«j**^jp^ 889lbbB 3311 to J20q 

RobmOiacm i.-i r.^.. 

Rackensperger, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorw a 
vinculo nutrimonii from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
a non-resident qf the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known pmt office address 
being: 4028 Dudley 
Avenue, Baltimore, 
Mvyhund. 

It is ordCTcd that Robert 
Oiarles Rackeoq)«|er do 
aivev on or bcfwe the 
9|h of Mardi. 1979, and 
do what nuiy be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fehtreu, Oerk 

ByrJ.CurtisFrtiit, 
Deputy Oerk 

Ridiard J. Tavss, p.q. 
Itoyster Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 



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ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
Oty of Virginia Beach, on 
thi 17th day of January, 
1979. 



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ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Cta-k's O^e of 
tte Circuit Cmnt of tlM 
Oty of Viitpnia Badi, on 
the 17th itay of Juuwy. 



William Thomas 

ra^^wae. 

Plaintiff, 

a^imt 

L3n^Amft««^ 

rmppOat, 

Defe^Ut. 

l^iAtjedoflhlsnltM 
to obtain a M^mnt a 
tdncuio mattta^^ fttM 
the sidd <MnteMv ^iob 



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Virginia B«aoh PiAllc Notices cont'd 



the grounds of living 
separate and apart 
^without cohiU)itation and 
without intCTru|Mion since 
JanifaryS, 1978. 

And an affidavit having 
been made ami filed that 
file defradant is mA a 
resident of the state of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address b^ 
29 Water St., Point 
Marion, Pennsylvania 
1S474, , 

It is ordCTcd that Lydia 
Ann Brewer FiUfq^one do 
appear on or before the 
9th of March, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect h» interest in 
this sulk 
Acopy-Teste: 
John V. Fenuress. Clerk 
By: Joy A. Johansen. 
Dqnityaerk 
Glenn B.McCianan,p.q. 

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Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk 

CSeorge A. Christie, p.q. 
243 First Colonial Road 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 

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ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
Qty of Virginia Beach, on 
the 17th day 6f January, 
1979. 

John K. Gnass, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Sandra Morgon Gnass, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant^ upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
without cohabiution and 
without interruption since 
June 11, 1977, pmod of 
time in excess of one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made aiul filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
^ident of the Sute of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address bdiijl^f ^ 

1129 South m&iMB'^" 
Drive, San Gabriel, 
Cafifomia 91776. 

It is ordered that Sandra 
Morgon Gnass do appear 
on or before the 9th of 
Mvch, 1979, ud do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
Qty of Virginia Beach, on 
the 17th day of January, 
1979. 

Carolyn Marie Brady 

Little, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Edward Harry Little, 

Defnidant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
1308 Rose Boulevard, 
Pine Castle, Florida. 

It is ordered that 
Edward Hu-ry Little do 
appear on or before the 
9th of Kfarch, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to proteahis^ interest in^ 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V, Fentress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk 

Tidewater Legal Aid 
Society, p.q. 

3432 yiyBpli^Beach Blvd^r 
J^irg^Mf^Seach, Vii^met ? i 

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Virginia: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach 



Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Oerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk 

Brydges, Hudgins, E^e, 
BurtftO'Bri«i,p.(i. 
1369 Mukin Road 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 

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ORDKOF 
PUBUCATION 

In the Qerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of tiw 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 17th diQr of January, 
1979. 

l^^^amuel Brown. 
" Plaintiff, 

WUUe Mae Brown, 
Defendant. 

Tte object of thi»s^t is 
to obtain a di^cc t^m 
the said ^m^utt iip<» 
the groumb of <me year 
separation slmx A^ust 
24, 1977. 

Aadan affidavit hamog 
bem made ami filed thtt 
the defoKlant is a non- 
resfatoit of tl^ ^tt of 
Virjinki. the iMt kwMm 
post office addrM being: 
421 Massachusetts 
Avenue, Bostoni 
M^nchu«^tt(ttll8. 

It te ordered thtt WlUk 
Mm ftrawn A» a^itf m 
orbtfmtteMitfMMft 
1979,anddomrhtln^be 
M ptmtet her 



In the matter of the 
Adoption of Peter 
Norwood, Paul Norwood, 
and Elizabeth Norwood. 
(Birth Certificate 
Registration Numbers 
203233, 203234. and 
20323S. Registered in the 
State of Painsylvania.) 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this 
petition, before the Court 
is to adoirt three infants, 
Petter Norwood, Paul 
Norwood, and Elizabeth 
Norwood. 

It appearing from an 
affidavit that your 
petitioner, Karen E. 
Ncmvood, has used due 
diligenoe to ascertain what 
County or City the 
Natural Father of said 
infants is located without 
effect, his last known 
iKidress being c/o Oiin 
Sennerett, Fort Walton 
Beach, Florida 3^48, it is 
ordered that the defendant 
f^qwar before this Court 
<m or before March 23, 
1979 withing ten days 
aft« due publication of 
thto Notice, and do what is 
necessary to protect his 
intent herdn. 

A Extr«:t-Teste: 

Karoi E. Norwood, p.q. 

A Copy Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen 

DqratyQerk 

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NOTICE OF 
PUBLIC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach 
Planning Commission will 
hold a series of public 
meetings cbnco'ning the 
propped Comprdiensive 
Plan, with each public 
i|jeeting directed to a 
certain group of study 
areas, as follows: 

W^inesday, February 
14, 1979. 7:30 P.M. - for 
Bayside and Bayfront 
Study areas. 

Wednesday, February 
21, 1979, 7:30 P.M. - for 
Little Neck, Great Neck 
and Oceanfront Study 
areas. 

Wednesday, February 
28, 1979, 7:30 P.M. - for 
Kempsville and Holland 
Study areas. 

Thursday. March 8, 
1979, 7:30 P.M. - for 
Courthouse - Sandbridge 
and Pungo-Blackwater 
Study areas. 

All meetings will be held 
in the City Council 
Chambers. The meetings 
are for infortnational 
purposes and to gain 
public comment. No 
formal action by the 
Planning Commission is 
anticipated at these 
meetings. Maps and 
documents related to the 
Comprehensive Plan are 
on display in the Planning 
Department office. For 
further information, 
contact the Planning 
Department at 427-4621 . 

Robert J. Scott 
Planning Directmr 

* 

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ORDER 

Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 1st 
day of February. 1979. 

In re: Adoption -of 
pavelyn iMiia/HtiritiMd 
infant and Alberto 
Libusada Rioja, an infant 
and the change of their 
names to Davelyn Rioja 
Lines and Alberto Rioja 
Lines 

By: John Charles Lines, 
Jr. & Rizalina Livozada 
Lines, Petitioners 

To: David Hart and Terry 
D. Sampter 



. This day came John 
Charles Lines, Jr. and 
Rizalina Livozada Lines, 
Petitioners, and 
represented that the objea 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named infant(s), 
Davelyn Rioja Hart, and 
Alberto Libusada Rioja, 
by John Charles Lines, Jr. 
and Rizalina Livozada 
Lines, husband and wife, 
and affidavit having been- 
made and filed that Itevid 
Hart & Terry D. Sampter, 
the natural fathers of said 
children, are non-residents 
of the State of Vi^nia, 
the last known post office 
address being: Edinburg, 
Texas and Las Vegas, 
Nevada, respectively. 

It is therefore Orders 
that the said David Hart 
and Terry D. Sampter 
appear before this Court 
within ten (10) da^ after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his/her 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. JohutMn, 
Deputy Clerk 

Stuart H. Held, p.q. 
245 First Colonial Rom! 
Virginia ^Kh, Va. 234S4 

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ORDERS 

Virginia: In t^ Circuit 
Court of ih^StUy of 
Virginia ieich^pii^e 1st 
dayofPfbru|ry,liHP9 

Re: Estate of Hiormk Im 
Estes, decwed 

C.P.#499I 

It appearing that a 
report of the'a^oMnts of 
United Virginia 

Bank/Seaboard National, 
Personal RepriMntatives 
of the Estate ofHiomas 
Lee Estes, dNflstd, and 
of the debts md dftiands 
i«iunst his Estate tm been 
filed in the C!«ri('f Offloe 
of this Court, imdthat six 
months have ck^MMl since 
the qualification, on 
motion of thf personal 
representatives; It Is 
Ordered that the creditors 
of. and all ethen 
interested in, the Estate do 
show cause, if tiiy they 
can, on the 23rd lay of 
February, 1979, before 
this Court at its 
courtroom, against the 
payment and d«divery of 
the Estate of Thomas Lee 
Estes. deceased to the 
Legatees without 
requiring refunding 
bonds. 

It is further Ordered 
that the foregoing portion 
of this Order be published 
once a week for two 
successive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach Sun. a 
newspaper having i^eral 
circulaUon^Jn the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. ' 

Enter: This 1st day of 
Februafy. 1979. 

A Copy Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk 

I ask for this: 
Frank E. Butlo-, Jr. 

SUN,2/J.2/M , ........ 



{Hr> foot lou that run 
bick bitwe«| parallel linn 
tn^ hundrMl eighty (280') 
(Hi tmt* or less and 
wCHiUl nuke excellent lots 
tm du^xes. There are 
ieVfr|l new dupiei^es 
KrOMLthc street from this 
proplrty. 

Illii property will be 
sold trie from aU liens and 
cn^brances. 

TERMS: Cash. 

ilie Court reserves the 
right to reject or accept 
any ud all bids. 

The purchasers will be 
required to deposit twenty 
pwoint of the bid price 
wbeh the property is 
knockisd down, and to 
consummate their 
purchase within ten (10) 
days after sale is approved 
by tbe Court. 

J.PfterHollandvUland 
Olffln B. McClanan 

Special Commissioners 

I eartify that the bond 
required by above decree 
has been given by the 
Special Commissioners. 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

2/7,2/14 



ORDER OF 
PUJM.ICATION 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 



City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 17th day of January, 
1979. 

Jacob Lee Bulluck, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Missouri Bage Cannicle 

Bulluck. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of separation 
for more than one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is , nctt a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
3940 North Smedley St.. 
Philadelphia. Pennsylvan- 
ia. 

It is ordered that 
Missouri Bage Cannicle 
Bulluck do appear on or 
before the 9th of March, 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Tcste: 

John V. Fentress. Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen. 
Deputy Clerk 

Sterling W.Walker, p.q. 

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

Thi Virginia Beach Planning Commission will hold a 
Public Hearing on Tuesday, February 13. 1979. at 12:00 
noon in the Council Chambers of the Administration 
ftiUding, Princess Anne Courthouse, Virginia Beach, 
Vlrfinia, banning Commission action is not a final 
determination of the application, but only a 
recommrodatioh to the City Council as the viewpoint of 
the Planning Commission. Final determination of the 
Implication iii to be made by City Council at a later date, 
tft^ public notice in a newspaper having general 
circulation within the city. The following applications 
will v»pear on the agenda: 



Community-Business District on co-tain profmiy 
located at the intersection of Sandbrid^ Road Md 
Lotus Drive, running a distaiKe of 319.04 feet aloi^iht 
West side of Lotus Drive, running a distance of 231 ,49 
feet in a Southwesterly direction, running a distaoce of 
195.91 feet in a Northwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 437.09 feet along the East side of SandMdfff 
Road and running around a curve a distance of 1 10.74 
feet. Said parcel contains 2.2 acres. PRINCI^IS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

8. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Ralph Hanna and 
B.G. Coons for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from R-6 Residential District to B<2 
Community-Business District on certain property 
located on the West side of Kempsville ROad beginning 
at a point 200 feet more or less South of Princess Aline 
Road, running a distance of 50 feet along the West side 
of Kempsville Road, running a distance of 991.41 f«et 
along the Southern property line, running a distance o( 
50 feet along the Western property line, running a 
distance of 680 feet more or less in a Nbrtheasterty 
direction, running a distance of 50 feet in a 
Northwesterly direction, running a distance of 70 fact in 
a Northeasterly direction, running a distant of SO feet 
in a Soiithprlv direction and running a distanot of 320 
feet more or less la a i'oortheasterly direction. Said 
parcel contains 1.126 acres. KEMPSVILLli 
BOROUGH. 

9. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Ralph Hanna and 
B.G. Coons for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from 0-1 Office District tO B*2 
Community-Business District on certain property 
located 280 feet more or less West of Kempsville Road 
beginning at a point 440 feet South of Princess Anne 
Road, running a distance of 700 feet more or less along 
the Southern property line, running a distance of 34.72 
feet along the Western property line, running a distance 
of 700 feet more or less along the Northern property 
line and running a distance of 34.72 feet along tN 
Eastern property line. Said parcel contains .482 acre. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

10. -^ . 

An Ordinance upon Application of John D. Holland, 
Jr.. and Rha H. Joyner fin- a Change of Zonihg District 
Classification from R-6 Residential District to B-2 
Community-Business District on certain property 
located on the East side of Witchduck Road bcfinning 
at a point 397.68 feet South of Erskine Street, running a 
distance of 82.2 feet along the East side of Witchduck 
Road, running a distance of 150 feet along the Southern 
property line, running a distance of 80.72 feet along the 
Eastern property line and running a distance of ISS feet 
along the Northern property line. Said parcel contains 
.285 acre. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 



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REGULAR AGENDA: 
SUBDIVISION VARIANCE: 



rinoi Je»« 3ifi 



SPECIAL 
COMMISSIONEft'S 

SALE OF 
VALUABLE REAL 

ESTATE 

PURSUANT to the 
terms of a certain decretal 
order entered in the 
Circuit Court of tN City 
of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, on the 23rd day 
of January, 1979, in the 
Oiane«y cause of blue 
Woodhouie, Committee 
for Otic A. Wdodhouse, 
a/k/a Ocsey WoodhmiM. 
agaiait Osie . A. 
Woodhouie, et gli, 
defendaoti. the 
undersigned Special 
Commissionen will eff^ 
for sale, at pubtie au^n, 
at the Uroni itQw of the 
Courtliou« of the 0twit 
Court Room Nu«b«r 1^ 
(»l}ofthea^ofVb|^ia 
Beach, Virgiaia, on 
Friday, February 16; 
1979, at 10.^ a.m.« the 
foUowing prcq^erty knmm 
as 436 and 440 Oeteia 
Boulevard, Virgiaia 
Beach, Virginia, and 
described as fbtowi: ^ 

ALL tlwee certain 
lots, irfeeei of 
parcels of landi 
situated near 
Oceana, known, 
numbered and 
deiiiiii^ iS 1^1 
NIm (9) iml T«i 
(10) on ^ known 
ai Subdiviiion of 
Ben^nin (Mmbert 
of bto^ m iHot 
number twenty* 
oM^DofOeiMUi 
(tenhmi, ^ of 
record in the 
deck's Office of 
the ^r^ Court 
of the City of 
virtinia Iti^h, 
Vi^Mn, ta mp 
riook 6, It Nge 
99. 

Hiese n« two (2) fifty 



I, . ■ 

Subdivision Variance: Appeal from Decisions of 
A<bniniiti«tivc Officers in regard to certain elements of 
the Subdivision Ordinance, Subdivision for Phil 
Bonifant. Property located on the North side of Indian 
River Road, 714.86 feet West of West Neck Creek. Plats 
with more detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. 



2. 

Subdivision Variance: Appeal from Decisions of 
Adminietrative Officers in, regard to certain elements of 
tlw Subdivision OrcUnance, Subdivision for Walter W. 
RunM, HI. Propmy located on the East side of 
Woodstock Road, 1604 feet North of Providence Road. 
Pints widi more detailed information are available in the 
Dqsartmcnt of Planning. 

3. 

Subdivision Variance: Appeal from Decisions of 
Admlnimrative Officers in regard to certain elements of 
the Sub<Uvision Ordinance, Subdivision for James W. 
Hall. Property located at the Northeast intersection of 
LnWNNale Avmue and Bayview Avenue. Plats with 
moiv detailed information are available in the 
D^Mriment of Planning. 

4. 

SuMivliion Variance: Appeal from Decisions of 
AttainiAnitive Officers in regard to certain elements of 
tlw INbdivision Ordinance, Subdivision for Stanley J. 
Rice, property lonted at the Northwest intersection of 
Otmi Avmuc and Southern Boulevard. Plats with more 
detdted Infwmation are available in the Department of 
PItnntng. 

3. 

Subtfvisiim Variance: Appeal from Decisions of 
iMminlMMive Offices in rqard to colain elemenb of 
the SttbdivW<m OrdinanM, Subdivision for John W. 
Siebert. Ptopmy located on the North side of 
Hu^ivinn Road, 5280 feet West of Blackwater Road. 
PMs with more detailed information are available in the 
D^Mtftment of Planning. 



Subdivi^n Vviance: Appeal from Decisions of 
MnMttn&w Of flews in regard to certain elements of 
the ^iM^Mm Ortiunce, Subdivision for Bru(x B. 
(MkMf Mid Fruik T. Willfauns. Prxxpcny locatni m the 
Nwrti iMe^NawMy Creek Road, 1529.33 feet East of 
Nann^ Crart Bt^. PUu with more detailed 
infmfmation are available in the Department of 
Plan^ig. 

OIANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CU8SIFICATI0N: 

7. 

An Onh^ice upra Aiqdkatlon of Larry O. and 
leHriM Wm^ fm^ a Chan^ of Zoning District 
CtllMI^Ott frtm AG-1 Arlcultural District to B-2 - 



11. 

An Ordinance upon Application of John E. Sirine etal.. 
for a Change of Zoning District Classification from 0-1 
Office District to B-3 Central-Busliiess DUtricil •• 
a5--.ibbgertain property located on the SdAtri'^Jft? dr|lforfH*y' 
Road beginning at a point 890 feet more or less West of 
Bendix Road, running a distance of 178.20 feet along 
the South side of Bonney Road, running a distance of 25 
feet in a Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 
342.66 feet in a Southwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 89t .1)6^661 along the Southern property line 
(North side of Virginia Beach-Norfolk Expressway), 
running a distance of 408.71 feet in a Northwesterly 
direction, running a distance of 330.28 feet in a 
Southwesterly direction, and running a distance of 
248.39 feet in a Northwesterly direction. Said parcel 
contains 4.466 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



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12. 

An Ordinance upon Application of The Windsor' 
Holland Co., for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from R-6 Residential District to A'l 
Apartment District on certain property located 960 feat 
West of the intersection of Holland Road ami 
Stoneshore Road, running a distance of 205 feet ahmg 
the Northern property line, running a distance of SSO 
feet along the Western property line, running a distance 
of 205 feet along the Southern property line and runidni 
a distance of 550 feet along the Eastern property line. 
Said parcel contains 2.6 acres more or less. PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

13. 

An Ordinance upon Application of The Windsor- 
Holland Co.. for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from A-1 Apartment District to PD-H 
Planned Development-Housing {^strict on certain 
property located at the Northwat intersection of 
Holland Road and Stoneshore Road, running a distance 
of 790 feet along the West side of Holland Rood, 
running a distant of 950 feet along the Northern 
property line, running a distance of 790 feet tiha$ tilt 
Western property line and running a distance of Wi feet 
along the Southern property line. Said par^ OMttalns 
17.2 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

14. 

An Ordinance upon Application of The Wlac^r- 
Holland Co., for a Change of Zoning Olstrid 
Classification from R-6 Residential District to PthH 
Planned Development-Housing District on certaia 
property located on the West side of HoUaml Road ai 
the Southwest inters«:tion with Stoneshore RqjmI, 
running a distance of 80 feet along the West sicte of 
Holland Road, running a di^ance of 950 1m in a 
Southwesterly direction, running a distant of CM) Met 
in a Northwesterly direction, rumung a distanet ctiS 
feet in a Northeasterly directi<m, running a diMMOa of 
325 feet in a Northwesterly direction, nmaiag a MMee 
of 870 feet in a N<mheasterly directim, ruiuklg i 
distance of M feet along the West ode of Htrili^ $m$t 
nmning a distant of 8"^ f^ in a Srathw^N^^ 
direi^ion. running a distamx of 1150 hm til f 
Northwe^erly direction, running a distance of 2770 fett 
along the Western iMtiperty liiw. runnliif a Astmoc of 
840 feet in a S<»ithauta'|y directiM. ruaidi^ai 
of 4K) feet in an Easto-ly direction, runnii^ a i 



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of 270 feet in a Southerly direction, running a distance 
of 2019 feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a 
distance of S50 feet in a Northwesterly direction and 
running a distance of 1135 feet in a Northeasterly 
direction. Said parcel contains IIS.S acres. PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 

15. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Salzberg Properties, 
Inc., for a Conditional Use Permit for an automobile 
serviw station (self-service) on certain property located 
at the Northwest intersection of Lyniihaven Parkway 
and South Lynnhaven Road (Relocated), running a 
distance of 147.24 feet along the West side of South 
Lynnhaven Road (Relocated), running a distance of 
128.96 feet along the Northern prc^ierty line, running a 
^distance of 128.96 feet along the Western property line, 
running a distance of 147.24 feet along the North side of 
Lynnhaven Parkway, and running around a curve a 
distance of 20 feet. Said parcel contains 20,000 square 
feet. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

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16. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Ralph Hanna and 
B.C. Coons for a Conditional Use Permit for mini- 
warehouses on certain property located on the West side 
of Kempsville Road beginning at a point 159.04 feet 
South of Princess Anne Road, running a distance of 
84.72 fe^ along the West side of Kempsville Road, 
running a distance of 991.48 feet along the Southern 
property line, running a distance of 84.72 feet along the 
Western property line, running a distance of 890 feet in 
a Northeasterly direction, miming a distance of 90 feet 
in a Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 70 
feet in a Northerly direction and running a distance of 
80 feet in a Northeasterly direction. Said parcel contains 
1 .608 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

17. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Creative Displays, 
Inc. for a Conditional Use Permit for an outdoor 
advertising signboard on certain property located at t!^ 
Northeast intersection of Bonney Road and Happy 
Street, running a dfstance of 1254.()3 feet along the 
North side of Bonney Road, running a distance of 1250 
feet more or less along the Northern property line and 
running a distance of 233.41 feet along the East side of 
Happy Street. Parcel contains 1.9 acres. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 



18. . 

An Ordinance upon Application of Rock Church for a 
Conditional Use Permit for a girl's home on certain 
.property located at the Southeast intersection of 
Kempsville Road and Milburne Drive, running a 
distance of 145 feet along the South side of Milburne 
Drive, running a distance of 100 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a distance of 145 feet dong the 
Southern pfOperty line and running m ^st^li6i»tft it^ 
feet along^he East side of Kempsville Road. Said par(^ 
contai«<:33 acre. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

19. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Nicholas Christie 
and John Hadjikakos for a Conditional Use Permit for 
a bicycle rental on certain property located on the East 
side of Atlantic Avenue beginnii^ 50 feet North of 2?th 
Street on property of the Idlewhyie Motel. Slid pared 
contains 15,000 square feet. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

20. 

Resolution of the Council of the C^ of Viigaki iaadi 
to amend the conditions of. a CenM^kmti Mm fmain 
granted to E. V. Williams Co., Inc.. <m Imm S, If^ fer 
a borrow pit on property located OB dw SoMil tU» of 
Indian River Road beginning at a petal l«?9.n fitt 
West of Kempsville Road, rumung a (Muea of 4M. 1 1 
feet along the South side of Indian River Road, ninning 
a distance of 297.28 feet in a Smitho-ly direction, 
ninning a distance of 600 feet in a Nortbwest^ly 
direction, running a distance of 629.40 feet in a 
Southerly direction, running a distance of 548.70 feet in 
a Westerly direction, running a distance of 165.30 feet 
in a Southerly direction, running a distance of 355.10 
feet in a Westerly direction, running a distance of 
470.38 feet in a Southerly direction, running a distance 
of 127.21 feet in a Westerly directicm. running a 
distance of 480.24 feet in a Northwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 195.92 feet in a Northerly 
direction, running a distance of 597.60 feet in a 
Westerly direction, running a distance of 1791 .45 feet in 
a Southwesterly direction, running a distant of 2820.52 
feet in a Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 
1014.21 feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a 
distance of 391.38 feet in a Northwesterly direction, 
ninning a distance of 1019.04 feet in a Northeasterly 
dirKtion, running a distance of 224.94 feet in a 
Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 1874.75 
feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 
818.41 feet in a Northwesterly direction and running a 
distance of 409.37 feet in a Northeasterly direction. Said 
parcel contains 185.272 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 



AMENDMENT: 

21. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of thk City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 1, Section 
106(d) of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to appeals and variances. More detailed 
information is available in the Department of Planning. 

22. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Viiiinia Beach to amend and reordain Article 10, 
Se^ion 1002 of the ComfH«hensive Zoning OrcHnance 
polttning to yard requiranenu in the I-l Li^t 
Industrial District. More detailed information is- 



available in the Department of Planning. 

.23. 
Resolution of the Council of the City of Virginia Beach 
to amend and reordain Article 1, Section 111 of the 
Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining to the 
dcHnition for Land Management Dwelling Groups. 
More detailed information is available in the 
Department of Planning. . ' 

24. 

Resolution of the Council of the City of Virginia Beach 
to amend and reordain Article 4, Section 401 of the 
Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining to use 
regulations for Land Management Dwelling Groups. 
More detailed information is available in the 
Department of Planning. 

25. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 6, Section 
601 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining 
to transitional' uses and structures. More detailed 
information is available in the Department of Planning. 

26. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 8, Section 
801 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining 
to transitional uses. More detailed information is 
available in the Department of Planning. 

Plats with more detailed information on the above 
applications are available in the Department of 
Planning. 

All interested persons are invited to attend. 

Robert J. Scott ^ 

Director of Planning 

1/31.2/7 

Frank E. Butler lU, Escheator for the 

City of Virginia Beach 

In Re: Various Properties 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that in accordance with Code §55- 
181 of the Code of Virginia that the following parcels of 
real property were escheated to the Commonwealth of 

Virginia by jury verdict dated December 8, 1978 in the 
case styled Commwealth of Virginia, by Frank E. 
Batler, III, Escheator, Chancery No. C78- 1 841 A: 

Parcel of land known as Lot 17, Block 2, Wise Plat, Tax 
or Parcel Number A-1-3-5-BK-2-17 



and 



Parcel of land known as Lot 19, Block 2, Wise Plat, Tax 
or Parcel Number A-1-3-5-BK-2-19 

W^-^iJibnoD .^^io'jU '»rti tnswoj sljujiJJJi 

Parcel of land known as Lots 22 and 23, Block 3, Wise 
Plat, Tax or Parcel Number A-1-3-5-BK-3-22 



and 



Parcel of land known as Lot 3. Block 4, Wise Plat, Tax 
or Parcel Number A-1-3-5-BK-4-3 



and 



Parcel of land known as Lots 19 and 20 and Z, Block 4, 
Wise Plat, Tax or Parcel Number A-1-3-5-BK-4-19 



and 



Parcel of land known as Lots 12 and 13, Block 5, Wise 
Plat, Tax or Parcel Number A-1-3-5-BK-5-12. 

All of which parcels are located in the City of Virginia 
Beach and their owners are unknown. 

Given under my hand this 5th day of January 1979. 

Signed: Frank E. Butler III 

Published by order of Donald Haynes, State Librarian. 
Under authority of Section 55-183 of the Code of 
Virginia. 

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach Board of Zoning Appeals will 
conduct a Public Hearing on Wednesday, February 21, 
1979, at 7:30 p.m., in the Council Chambers, 
Administration Building, Municipal Center, Virginia 
Beach. Virginia. The following applications will appear 
on the agenda. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. Larry D. and Dorothy R. Creighton requnts a 
variance of 2 feet in fence height to a 6 foot fence 
instMd of a 4 foot fence as allowed in a required setback 
from a street (Ashton Drive) on Lot 93, Section 1. 
Brigadoon, 5425 Albright Drive. Kempsville Borough. 



4. L.L. Clark r^uests a variance of 2 feet in fence 
hci|kt to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required setback from a street (59th Street) 
on Lot 6 and the eastern 4 feet of Lot 7, Block 4, Section 
2, New Virjginia Beach, 5902 Atlantic Avenue. 
Lynnhaven Borough, 

5. Hugh Kenneth Qberg, Jr. and Marilyn A. Oberg 
request a Variance of 10 feet to a 10 foot side yard 
adji^nt to a street (Cape Henry Drive) instead of 20 
feet as required on Lot 16, Plat No. 1, Cape Story by the 
Sea, 2226 Wake Forest Street. Lynnhaven Borough. 

6. Ernest W. and Barbara B. Newman request a 
variance to allow parking of major recreational 
equipment in front of a building instead of behind the 
nearest portion of a building adja^nt to a public street 
on Ste A, Lot 62, Block G. Section 4, Brandon. 5632 
Brandon Boulevard. Konpsville Borough, i 

7. l^mll S. Markhun requests a variance to allow 
parking of major recreational equifnnent in front of a 
building instMd of behind the iwarest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 240, Section 

I, Princess Anne Plaza, 3528 Continental Street. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

8. Desmond Kelly requests a variance of 2.4 feet to a 
5.6 foot side yard setback (south side) instead of 8 feet 
as required (addition to home) on Lot 5 and the Eastern 
Half of Lot 4, Block 11, "Chesapeake Shores, 4637 

. Coronet Avenue. Bayside Borough. 

9. 'Warren H. and Evelyn T. Lasher by J. Peter 
HoUand, III, requests a variance of 4 feet to a 4 foot 
side yard setback instead of 8 feet as required (west side 
- sto<^ and steps) on Lot 12, Block 3. Section E, Cape 
Henry, 72nd Street. Lynnhaven Borough. 

10. Warren R. Eckert Requests a variance of 7 feet to a 
3 foot side yard setback instead of 10 feet as required on 
Lot 12, Block H, Section 2, Cardinal Estates, 1213 
Skylark Drive. Princess Anne Borough. 

I I . Robert W. and Juanna G. Ward request a variance 
of 2 feet in fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 
foot fence as allowed in a required setback from a street 
(Lyimhaven Parkway) on Lot 263. Section 2. Part 2.. 
Brigadoon, 5340 Doon Street. Kempsville Borough. 



12. Kobert L. Britt requests a variance ot 7 feet to a 23 
foot front yard setback instead of 30 feet as required 
(deck) on Lot 35, Block 11, Chesapeake Beach, Lake 
Drive. Bayside Borough. 

13. John J. Young requests a variance of 2 feet in fence 
height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required front yard setback on a Parcel 
0.4180 Acres, Plat Entitled Property of Amos I Weston, 
Et. Al., located near Princess A^ine Courthouse, 
Princess Anne Courthouse Area, 2%1 Princess Anne 
Road. Princess An ne Bo rou gh. 

14. R.N. Redford. Jr. and James H. Ha|rrell request a 
iMif«u«»itf 219 ptKkk^ spae»^4o^34^^pitf kf^^ifpiic^ 
irtsteatf •>of<<249>' parking spaces 'fb*r<^!)^(hii(fclor 
racquet ball courts) on a Lot 182.5 by 200.0. Plat #4, 
Oceana, 1628 Virginia Beach Boulevard. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

15. Dr. R.J. Wyln requests a variance of 15 parking 
spaces to 75 parking spaces instead of 90 parking spaces 
as required for a medical office building on Parcel B-2, 
.937 Acres. Linkhorn Estates. First Colonial Road. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

16. B.W. Hodges requests a variance of 20 feet to a 15 
foot setback from Jack Rabbitt Road instead of 35 feet 
as required on Lot 4. Subdivision of Parcel F, Hilltop 
Square Shopping Center. Jack Rabbitt Road. 
Lynnhaven Road. 

17. Gerald D^ Schuster requests a variance to allow 
parking of major recreational equipment in front of a 
building instead of behind the nearest ponion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 6, Block 4, 
Section 8, Princos Anne Plaza, 52$ Hannibal Street. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

18. Billy Ganey requests a variance to allow parking of 
major recreational equipment in front of a building 
instead of behind the nearest portion of a building 
adjacent to a public street on Lot 1, Block 35, Section 
4, Part 2, Windsor Oaks West, 3856 Counselor Lane. 
Kempsville Borough. ^ 

19. Kenneth R. and Judith A. Darko request a variance 
to allow |}arking of major recreational equipment in 
front of a building instead of behind the nearest portion 
of a building adja^nt to a public street on Lot 9. Block 
83. Sectitm 7, Princess Anne Plaza, 332 Hospital Drive. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

20. Rob^ Herman requests a variance of 2 signs to 6 
signs instead of 4 signs as allowed on Lots 1 , 2, 3, 4, 5^ & 
6, Virginia Beach Holding, 1st and 2nd Streets. Virginia 
Beach Borough. 

All applicants must appear before the Board. 

W.L. Towers 
Secretary 

1/31,2/7 



CS43T5CI21295, titled in the name of Harry C. Parkw, 
seized and repossessed by virtue of a brrach of a certain 
security^greement dated September 30, 1977. 

Please take notice that on the 23rd day of February, 
1979, at the office of James R McKenry, 402 Beach 
Tower. 3330 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Be«;h, Virginia, 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reservlngf 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
(1) 1974 Buick 4 dr.. Identification No. 
4R45c4Y 133283, titled in the name of Bea cbola 
Whitney, seized and repossessed by virtue of a breach of 
a certain security agreement dated November 16, 1977. 

Please take notice that on the 23rd day of February, 
1979, at^the office of James R. McKenry, 402 B«ich 
Tower, 3330 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, res^ng 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
(1) 1978 Chrysler Lcbaron 2 dr.. Identification No. 
FH22D8G2I6190, titled in the name of VickyeR. 
Brown, seized and repossessed by virtue of a breach of a 
certain security agreement dated January 24, 1978. 



Please take notice that on the 23rd day of February, 
1979, at the office of James R. McKenry, 402 Beach 
Tower, 3330 Pacific Avenue, Virginia fleach, Virginia, 
23451. at 10:30 a.m.. we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid. and with reservation, one 
(1) 1976 Ford Mustang 2 dr.. Identification No. 
6F03ZI38078. titled in the name of Carl Levon Rydzik, 
seized and repossessed by virtue of a breach of a certain 
security agreement dated March 8, 1978. 

Please take notice that on the 23rd day of February, 
1979, at the office of James R. McKenry, 402 Beach 
Tower. 3330 Pacific Avenue. Virginia Beach, Virginia,, 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
(1) 1976 Chevrolet Monte Carlo. Identification No. 
1H57Q6B558054, titled in the name of Earl L. & 
Andrea Clark, seized and repossessed by virtue of a 
breach of a certain security agreement dated November 
17. 1977. 

Please take notice that on the 23rd day of February, 
1979, at the office of James R. McKenry. 402 Beach 
Tower. 3330 Pacific Avenue. Virginia Beach. Virginia, 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid. and%ith reservafldiir^M" 
(1) 1975 AMC Matador, Identification No. 
A5A167H290385, titled in the name of Gilmore Crump, 
seized and repossessed by virturof atjreach of a certttir 
security agreement dated May 26, 1978. 



2. William A. George requests a variance of 2 feet in 
fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fcnot as 
alldwed in a required setback from a strMt (Ashton 
Drive on Lot 94, S«lion I, Brigadoon. 5424 Brockie 
Street. Kempsville Borough. 

3. Hubert L. Dul requests a variance of 7.5 feet to a 
2.5 foot side yard (north side) and rear yard setback 
instnd of 10 feet each as r^uired (a^nsory building) 
cm Lot 69, Section 5-C, Kings Grant, 60$ Dovmii^ 
Crcs^t. Lynnhaven Borough. 



NOTICE 

Please publish the following in your newspaper on the 
7th day of February, 1979. 

PiMse take noti^ that on the 23rd day of February, 
1979. at the office of James R. McKenry. 402 B»ch 
Tower, 3330 Pacific Avenue, Virgniia Batch,. Virginia, 
23451, tf 10:30 a.m., «^ shall exp<»e to sale, rraerving 
to oursdves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
(I) 1975 Chrysler 4 dr. New Yorkw, Identification No. 



Please take notice that on the 23rd day of February. 
1979, at the office of James R. McKenry, 402 Beach 
Tower, 3330 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
(1) 1977 Chrysler Cordoba, Identification Nfo. 
SS22N7R3 15479, titled in the name of Richard A Ine^ 
Dunston, seized and repossessed by virtue of a breach of 
a oertain security agreement dated September '!5i f$97^ 

Please take noti« that on the 23rd day of February, 
1979, at the office of James R. McKenry, 402 Beach 
Tower, 3330 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
(1) 1976 Plymouth Trail DusKCf'Identification No. 
AA0BE6X073883, titled in the t^e of Louis Boleis, 
seized and repossessed by virtue of al>reach of a certain 
security agreement dated May 2, 1978. 

James R. McKenry 

Counsel for Sportsmen's Chrysler Plymouth, Inc. ' 

SUN 2/7. 2/14 

~~ NOTICE " ^ 

Please publish the following in your newspaper on the 
7th day of February. 1979. 

Please take notice that on the 23rd day of Februa^. 
1979, at the office of James R. McKenry, 402 Beads 
Tower, 3330 Pacific Avenue. Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, ona 
(1) 1974 Ford 2 dr. Torino, Identification No* 
4A25F161850, titled in the name of John Jacob 
Campbell, Jr.. seized and repossessed by virtue of' a 
breach of a certain security agreement dated June 24, 
1978. 

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Please take notice that on the 23rd day of Februacy, 
1979, at the office of James R. McKenry, 402 Bea^F 
Tower. 3330 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach, VirgMMa.. 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reservinr 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, oqc 
(1) 1972 Buick Lasaber 2 dr., Identification No^. 
4N57J2Y149232, titled in the name of Eloise A. N«U 
seized and repossessed by virtue of a breach of a certain 
security agreement dated March 1 8, 1977. 

Please take notice that on the 23rd day of February, 
1979, at the offux of James R. McKoiry, 402 Beach 
Tower, 3330 Pacific Avenue. Virginia Beach. Virginia, 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
(1) 1973 Pontiu 2 dr. HT Catalina, Identification Nq. 
2L57R3PI96229, titled in the name of Stanley B. 
Brown, seized and repossessed by virtue of a breach of a 
. certain security agreenmit dated May 27, 1976. 

Pl«ise take notice that on the 23ni day of Februarys 
1979, at the office of James R. McKenry, 402 Beach 
Tower. 3330 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virpnia, 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselvw the right to bid, and with ro^vation, one 
(1) 1974 Chevrolet Vega, Identification No.. 
1V77B4U284670, titled in the name of SIvader Lewis, 
seized and reposse^ed by virtue of a te^ch of a certain 
security agreraient dated Sept«nb«r 24. 1976. 

Please take notice that on the 23rd day of February, 



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^1979, at the office of James R. McKenry, 402 Beach 
Tower, 3330 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the eight to bid, and with reservation, one 
(I) 1972 AMC Gremlin, IdentificatiotJ No. 
A2F465E727678, titled in the name of Michael & Riu 
Tate, seized and repossessed by virtue of a breach of a 
certain SKurity agreement dated April 17, 1978. 

Pl^se take notice that on the 23rd day of February, 
W9, at the office of James R. McKenry, 402 Beach 
-T<jwer, 3330 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
<U> ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
(1) 1973 Chevrolet M/C, Identification No. 
;IH57K3B466058, titled in the name of Frank R. 
Marino, seia^ed and reposses^d by virtue of a breach of 
ac^ilain security agreement dated October 18, 1976. 

Please take notice that on the 23rd day of February, 
1979, at the office of James R. McKenry, 402 Beach 
Tower, 3330 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservatibn, one 
(1) 1967 Olds 98, Identification No. 386697M 189633, 
titled in the name of Michael O. Cottrell, seized and 
rqwssessed by virtue of a breach of a certain security 
,. tgreement dated December 17, 1977. 

James R. McKenry 

Counsel for I^hillips Oldsmobile, Inc. 

SUN 2/7, 2/14 



located on Uie South side of Old Virginia Beach Road 
beginning at a point ^ feet more or le» East of West 
Lane, ninniai a distance of 145.78 feet along the South 
side of Old Virginia Beach Road, runnli^ • distance of 
248.09 feet along the lEastern propwty line, running a 
distance of 136.72 feet along the Southern im»perty line 
and running a distance of 197.50 feet along the WcttCTn 
property line. Said parcel contains .699 acre. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 



LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 



An Ordinance upon Aiq}llcation of The Christian 
Teaching Center, Inc., for a CoadltioulUat Pcrait for 
a diurch on certain property Icoated on the North side 
of Virginia Beach Boulevard, beginning at a point 200 
feet more or less West of Button Ume, ninning a 
distance of 652 feet more or less along the Neiih side of 
Virginia Brach Boule^wd, running a distance of 445 
feet along the Western property line, runnli^ a distance 
of 750 feet more or less along the Northern prc^rty line 
(Lynnhaven River) and runmng a distant of 170 feet 
more or less dong the Easton property line. Said parcel 
contains 3.8 acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



Virginia: 



The regular meeting of the Council of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Council Chambers of the 
Atoinistration Building, City HaB, Princess Anne 
Station, Virginia Beach, Virginia on Monday February 
36, 1979, at 5:30 p.m., at which time the following 
^l^ilications wiQf^^^ieard: : 

/ .If 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSmCATION: 

PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 

An Ordinance upon Application of Raymond and 

.^.^.H^Ula JUuf fman f or a Chaa^ of ZoniBg Dtetrlct 

* fl ji i i ifl cattoa from AG-1 Agricultural District to I-l 

l^\ IpdustiM ;Distrigt,i»i certain property located on 

the West Side of I^forth Landing R(»d boning at a 

' point 352 feet North of the North LamUng &id^, 

^rvanlng a distance of 390 feet along the West side of 

I^bith Landing Road, running a distuice of 190 feet 

tltoRg the Northon property line, and running a 

(Sstance of 450 feet more or less along the Western 

property line. Said parcel contains 1.1 acres. 

P|UNCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



2. 

An Ordinance upon Application of R and R 
Corporation for a Change of Zoning District 
Cksriflcation from R-5 Residential District to B-2 
Community-Business District on certain property 
located on the South side of Princess Anne Road 
beginning at a point 600 feet more or less East of 
Pkovldence Road, running a distance of 1325.46 feet 
along the South side of Princess Anne Road, running a 
distance of ^X) feet more or less along the South side of 
Sllem Road, running a distance of 796.80 feet along the 
Eassttf n i^opoty line, running a distance of 1214.93 feet 
idong tlw Southern property line and running a distance 
(tf ^3.20 feet along the Western property line. Said 
parcel contains 28.57 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

RAYSIDE BOROUGH: 

3. 

An Ordinance upon Apidication of W.W^ Rose for a 
rNajf of Zo^ Wstikt OaadflcafloB fi-om R-8 
Retfdential District to B-4 Resort-Commercial District 
on'tlirtahi property located on the West side of DuPont 
Cttete, bq^uiuig at a point 82.37 feet North of Shore' 
Dtivt, running a distance of 197 feet along the West side 
of DuPmit Orde, running a distance of 205 feet along 
dif West sicte of Dinwiiklle Road and runnii^« distance 
(rf 224.06 feet along the Southern proper^ line. Said 
pared contains 1 acre more or less. BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

L^iNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

4. 

An Ordinluice upon Applioition of Structures of 
Vili^ for a Change of Zoning District ClassiflcatkM 
ftim R-S Itesid^tial I%stri<^ to A-2 i^«rtnait IMstrict 
on cetala p'opmy located on the ScHith side of Old 
Doiu^m Parkway bi^nnutg at a point 1840 feet more 
ci tela Wett of First Colonial Road, rumiing a di^aiKX 
oI'MO ff^ altmg the South side of^Old Dourtlon 
Nrt^y, runiung a distance of 870 fe^ along the 
Wmliftn propmy Ihie, running a distance of WO teti 
rioihl the Southon propoty lim, runmi^ a distance of 
SM.f 1 fe^ In a Northeasterly duectiMi a«i ninnuig a 
tfrti^ of 734.99 fm in a Northwest^ly dirKtton. 
Si^ parcel contains 15 acres. LYNNHAVEN 

An C^nUnaiKX upcm Apirtlcstion of The Ball^ Wick 
Omfmy, a Oowal Partnmhip, for a Chn^ ^ 
iMiil INattM aaasMoMM from A-1 i^fMrtmeM 
Otate M> A-2 Apaitmmt IXstrict on ixruin propmy 



KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 

7. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Exxon Corporation 
for a Conditional Use Permit for an autonK>bile service 
sution on certain propwty located at the Northeast 
comer of Indian River Road and Strickland Boulevard, 
running a distance of 175 feet along the Nmth side of 
Indian River Road, running a distance of 173 feet along 
the Eastern property line, running a distant of 175 feet 
along the Northern property line and running a distance 
of 175 feet along the East side of Strickhuid Boulevard. 
Said parcel contains .70 acre. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

PUNGO BOROUGH: 

All Ordlnmce upon Aiq^cation of Frank T. WilUanu 
for a Condltlonai Use Pemdt for 10 mobile homes on 
certau property located on the North side of Munden 
Road hephmng at a point 500 feet East of Morris Neck 
Road, running a distance of 1000 feet along the N<»th 
side of Munden Road, running a distance of 100 feet 
along the Eastern property line, running a cystanoe of 
1000 feet along the Nortlwni property line and running 
a distance of 100 feet along the Western property Une. 
Said panxl contains 2.29 acres. PUNGO BOROUGH. 

AMENDMENT: 

9. 

JMliiiJtti^ {^thfeLQp«6t!4i>f imXSi/ Qiy in i i ri >iBiw « rh 
taaniBn<4UMifeordal]i Articles, Seotli!»<21t<f)>of the 
Comprefaoilve Zcwihg ChxUnance pertafadh»to fecial 
Sign Restrictions. More detailed Inforfnation is 
available hi the Department of Planning. 

10. 

Resolutitm of the Council of the Oty of Virginia Beach 
to amend and rewdain Article 1, Section 1 1 1 of the 
Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining to 
definition for Land Managennnt DwelUng Groups. 
More detailed information is available in the 
Departmoit of Plannii^. 

11. 

Resolution of the Council of the Oty of Virginia Beach 
to amend and reordain Article 4, Section 401 of the 
Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining to use 
r^ulations for Laml Mana^ment DwelUng Groups. 
More Detailed infcMrmation is available In the 
Dqnrtment of PUmAhig. 

Plats with more detailed information are avaflable hi the 
DqMutment of Plannhig. 

RuthH. Smith 
Cityaerk 

2/7,2/14 



Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
11th day' of January, 
1979. 

In re: Adoption of Teresa 
Jean Moberly an^ change 
of name^o Ter^ Jean 
Edmondson and 

Adoption of Dennis 
Jerome Moberly, Jr. and 
dbange of name to Jerry 
Don Edmondson 

In Chancery 
#C78-2261 

By: Don Harvey 
Edmondson and Judy 
Ann Edmondson 

Petitioners 

To: Dennis J. Moberly 
3500 South Galapago 
Englewood, Colorado 

ORDER 

This day came Don 
Harvey Edmondson and 
Judy Ann Edmondson, 
Petitioners, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named infant(s), 
Teresa Jean Edmoi^on 
and Dennis Jerome 
Moberly, Jr., by Don 
Harvey Edmondson and 
Judy Ann Edmondson, 
husband and wife, and 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that 
Dennis jr"Mdberly, a 
natuVal parent of said 
chlld(ren), is a non:^ 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the Ust known 
poet office address being: 
3500 South Galapago, 
Englewood, Colorado. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Dennis J. 
Moberly appear before 
this Court within ten (10) 
di^s afto- publication of 
this Order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit D.C. 
J. Go-aid Zobyp.q. 
340-B Newtown Rd. 
Va. Beach, Va. 23462 



NOTICE OF SALE 

Pursuant to a cmain 
decree of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, made and 
ottered on the 17th day of 
January, 1979, in the 
Chancery suit styled 
below, 1 will on the 14th 
day of February, 1979, at 
2:00 p.m., on the steps of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, at the Princess 
Anne Sution, offer for 
sale to the highest bidder 
the following described 
real estate: 

City of Virginia Beach, 
VA, vs Joseph A. Simons 
a/k/a Josqih A. Simon a 



VIRCINU BEACH SUND WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1979 1 1 

Vb^ia Beach births 

Mr. and Mrs. Freddy Calzada, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Olivarez, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lynn McKellar, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Baron Walter Hartwlg, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Colin Scott Hayley, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Miller, daughter; 



City of Virginia Beach, 
Va., vs. Joseph A. Simons 
a/k/a Joseph A. Sunon 
a/k/a Jos. A. Simon 
a/k/a J. A, Simon; 
chancery docket no. C-78- 
1350-A. 

ALL THOSE CERTAIN 
lots, pieces or parcels of 
land located in Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and 
known, numbered and 
designated as Lou 1 and 2 
in Block 119, and Lou 5, 6 
and 7 in Block 121, on the 
Plat of Lakewood. See 
Map Book 7. at Page 100 
for further description. 

All sales subject^ to 
IcdhTirmation by the 
Court. 



1/17,1/24,1/31,2/7 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Vlrgmia Beach, on 
the 17th day of January, 
1979. 



TERMS: CASH. One 
third cash deposit required 
at sale by purchaser. 
Balance required within 30 
days. 

^UrryWise 
Special Commissioner 

I hereby certify that a 
bond required by said 
Decree, conditioiT^^d 
according to Law, has 
been given. 

John V. Fentress 

Qerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

Larry Wise, p.q. 
P.O. Box 15142 
Chesapeake, VA 23320 
Telephone: 547-4095 

Telephone: 547-4095/3264 

2/7 



NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE 
PUBLIC AUCTION 

In ncMutlon of a certain deed of trust, dated 
February 27, 1975, recorded in the Qerk's Office of the 
Ciicuit Court of the Qty of Virflnia Beach, Virgiria, in 
Deed Bode 1473. at Ihi^ 77. defuih havhig been matk 
in the j^ymm of tlK debt therdn wcured and Mng 
required by the beneficiary or holdo- so to do, the 
undo-slgned Trustee will sdl at Public Auction M the 
front su^ of Court Rown No. I of the Qrcuit Coiw of 
the Oiy of Viqink Beach, Virginia, on niuifday, 
March 8, 1979. at 10:00 a.m. o'clock, the raU «ate 
known as 809 Seward Lane, Virginia Beach, Vir^iia, 
and further known as Lot Sixteen (18), "PUtt of 
Uurel Mwor." which Plat is rectMtled In the Cklslt's 
Office of the Circuit Court of the Oty of Vi^Wa 
Be«A. Virpnia. in Msp Book 34. at Pi^ S3A: 
refotrace Is m«le to sdd deol fw a more (ttrticuhv 
dacrqiti<Mi of said real ot^e. 

Terms: Osh. 

Bidder's deposit $300.00 by cash or certified check. 

Settlonoit in full within ten (l(Q <fa^ of date of sde. 

J. Peter Holland, III, Trustee 
2604 PadfK Avenue 
Vlrpnia Beach. Virglnta 23451 

(804)4^3481 

SUN 2/7, 2/14, 2/21. 2/», 3/7 



Jill Knowles Capps, 

Pbuntiff. 

against 

Harold OarkCapiK. 

Defendant. 

TIk object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa ei thoro from tlM 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of constructive 
de^ttion. 

And an affidavit having 
beoi nuute and filed that 
the defendant Is a non- 
resMoit of tlw State of 
Virginia, the laA knoini 
po« offfee addren beffig: 
3711 Eagle Street. Kew 
West. Flopda 33040. 

It is ordered that 
Itar^ Oark Capps do 
^ipear oo «- before the 
9th xrf March. 1979. and 
do what may be mcessary 
to protect his uito'est m 
thbsuit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress. Qerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruh. 
IkpntyCkrk 

HmryN.Gt^ui.p.q. 
SnsnapiBrHaU Drive 
NorfoOc, Vir^nla 

1/24,1/31.2/7.2/14 



Tsxpaytn 
can again 
eontrtbuta 
to fundi 

YcNi oui tell the Internal 
Revenue Service to turn 
over SI pf your tax to the 
1960 I^esid«itial Election 
Campaign Fund by 
checking the appropriate 
box or boxes on your 
income tax return. On a 
joint return the electicm to 
midce this desigatti(m is 
available to both qxMises. 
Also oo a joint return, one 
tajqMyer can contribute 
the ddfau- while the other 
declines, or both may 
decline. 

Hils dection will not 
chanp any of the figures 
catatd (m your income 
tax return. For exuni^. 
the tax you owe willM)t be 
reduced or increased nor 
will the refund, if 
apfrikable, be reduced <« 
increased. 

Social security bowfiu 
recdved. OKHtthly or in a 
lump sum. from the 
Federal Government or 
fnxn a Sute under the 
F^eral social security 
(m^run. are not ttuodrfe 
income. This applies 
wh^h«^ you recdve the 
boiefiu beoiuse ymi are 
of qualified age, are 
disabled, or are the 
dep^Mlrat of a qualified 
worker. 



Mr. and Mrs. David Edward Brezler II, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Neil Thomas Mac Donald, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. John Clarence Crutchcr, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Leo McMuIlen, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Joseph Reiter, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Eari Lee Smith, son; ^ ^ 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wayne Vincent, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leroy Clark, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. James Burt Jenkins Jr., daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Patrick Paul Wirtz, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. John Avent Dollar, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Evan McCormick, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Ursus Kurth, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hudson Thatcher III, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. John Frederick Pace Jr., son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eugene Lancaster, son; , 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Grey Harden, daughter; ' 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Edward Petruska, son. 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Paul Feight, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruce Myers, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Carlton Ricks, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Joseph Hull, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Chapin Wallace III, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Eldon Coppock Jr. , son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lee Naujoks, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. John Bruce McLellan, daughter; , 

Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas O'Hare, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Winn Puryear Jr., daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Linett, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Serafin S. Perez, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Freid, son. , 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Forney, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Robert Seda-Morales, daughter; 

LCDR. and Mrs. Barry Martin Kilfoil, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. George Hans McCormick, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wayne McKinney, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Wells Jordan, son; - " 

Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lee McLean, daughter; 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Arthur Gormley, son; 

Mr. and Mrs: James Webster CavenderTdaughter; ~ 

Mr. and Mrs. Jay K. McCoy, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Carlisle Jr., daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Dick J. Burton, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul John Angelson, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boyd Bethke, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. F. Hodges Viccellio, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Willie Olen Johnson, son; 

Mr. and Mrs, Bruce William Jackson, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Earl Haddock, daughter; 

Mr..apd.Mi:s>« Steven Mark Caouette, son; 

Ml- tM}4Mp»iWiUviASt^h8»Aiige,vdau^«nT <^ ! ' 

Mr. and Mrs. William James O'Keefe, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Duane Eugene Prasuhn, son. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Francis Shurtz, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swann Poteet III, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael James Aylward, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce William Jackson, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruce Boyer, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Jennison, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. David C. Brosius, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. James William Clinton, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Parker Harrell, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. James Paul Stanley Jr., daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Holden Willets Hewlett, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Blair Ashford, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. William G. Throckmorton Jr 

daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Nowell, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Harris, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tanner Jr., son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Norman Brown, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Wright Sclater, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. James Ashton Booth, son. 



i 



INTERESTS EVERYONE 

The vuied contenu of your 
hometown newspaper give it a 
readcnhip that iiKludes evo^ 
•Ce group. 



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No other medium i$ bound up 
with the everyday life of your 
community more than your 
hometown newspaper. 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

PROPOSED HIGHWAY PROJECT 

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(ROUTE SB) 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 

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BMCh woman parUdpatM 
In Mrs. America Pagaant 

(continued from {Mge 1) 

dandng. "We usually go to Adam's. That's about the 
best place as far as atmosphere." 

Hie beauty queen also admits a passion for watching 

"nice cars. "I Bved in Highpoint, North Carolina, for 

about three years and used to go to ail the races. I've 

been in a few dragsters, but prefer to watch. I still love 

to go to races like the Charlotte 500." 

But there wcm't be much time for hobbies between 
now and March 30, when the Mrs. America Pageant will 
be aired on national television. 

"Thore's not a minute there's not something to do to 
get ready for Las Vegas," Mrs. Halme says. "There's a 
lot more than I thought. I have to do all my shopping - 
they give you a list of what clothes to bring. 

"I'm realizing that it's going to be a lot of hard work. 
We will have seven straight days of rdiearsals from 8 in 
the morning until 1 1 at night in order to be ready for the 
TV production. We have to be in our rooms by 11:30 
every night for bed check, which seems funny for a 
group of married women . 

Marriage - that is the element that distinguishes the 
Mrs. America Pageant from all the "Miss" beauty 
contests. "I think the key to a successful marriage is 
that you have to be friends before you can be lovers," 
says Mrs. Halme. "And you have to have respect for 
your partner." 

She says her husband will remain in Virginia Beach 
during the pageant week. "With so many rehearsab we 
wouldn't hardly be able to see each other in Las V^as 
anyway. He'll still be supporting me though," she 
laughs. "We sound like a broken record and just keep 
saying over and over, 'Do you believe all this?' " 



Linen service location prompts rezoning In Bayslde 



A Vii^nia Beach councibnan Monday afternoon 
tacfftmtd concern that a "member of the Industrial 
Dw^opment Authority was serving as an advocate for 
rezoning." ^ 

Ai • r«st;^t. Councibnan Reid Ervin voted against 
rezoning a parcel in Bayside from B-2 Community 
Buiioest l^trict to I-I Light Industrial District to 
permit the location of a $1,340,000 linen service 
bttiimn. Ervin also considered the requested zoning, 

^X>tZ(Mlillg. 

The q)|^cation was approved, however, by a vote of 
7-3, Councibnan R.L. Riggs was absent. 

Jo«q>h M. and Clara V. Mattox applied for the 
change on a (.7 1 -acre parcel between Northampton 
Boulevard and Shell Road, east of the intersection. 

Harold Gallup, coordinator for the city's Industrial 
Development I^vision, told council that the company 
would h»ve the sewage capacity it would not have in an 
ii^ustrial park. Hie company, Tidewater Linen Service, 
will paiBap directly intp a force main. He said the 
pumpiog station which will be used has bem examined 
and iK>w handles 225 gallons per minute while it has a 
1200 fiUons per minute capacity. The proposed use will 
require 17j6 gallons per minute service. 

Ervin said that the "thing that bothers me is we have 
a member of the Industrial Development Authority 



serving as an advocate for rezoning." 

Councibnan Clarence A. Holland said that he 
(Gallup) was not uivocating, but just furnishing 
inforaiaticm. 

Councilman George R. Ferrell added, that he felt that 
Gallup was "^doing it for the benefit of the city." 

Voting against the motion with Ervin were 
Councilwoman Meyera Oberndorf and Councilman 
Donaki S. Menick. Voting for the motion were Mayor 
Patrick L. Standing, Vice Mayor J. Henry McCoy Jr., 
Coundlmoi Holland, Ferrell, J. Curtis Payne and Joh'n 
A. Baum and Councilwoman Barbara Henley who said 
that she wouldn't even consider the change except for 
the fact that the parcel was alrewly zoned B-2 which 
mig^t be a lets (tesireable use for the area residents. 

Joseph J. Lawler, attorney for the apph'cant, said that 
the comi^ny, v^ch has been located in Norfolk since 
the middle SO's, suffered a fire in which its building was 
destroyed. The company plans to spend $840,000 in 
land and improvements and another $500,000 in 
machinery. He said the plan operates jduring a regular 
7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. work day, excluding week-ends, 
hires from 85 to 100 employees and has an annual 
payroO of $750,000. 

Adjoining residents and 13 others in the area do not 
oppose the petition, he said. Lawler said that the 



(»mpany tried to locate in Airport Industrial Park iMit 
could not because of the lack of ps and sewage 
ca|»city. 

M.E. Bowman, who said he represented 20 of the SO- 
BS area residents, said that Shell Road was too nurrow, 
and that the rezoing would be spot zoning. He said tiie 
area has basically been a farm area and the required 
rezoning is out of context with the Bayside Developnwnt 
plan. 

The Rev. Joyce Kramer, whose church site adjdns 
the parcel in the application, asked, "Why do we have 
industrial parks if we're going to locate in residential 
sections?" She said the drain-off from the propoty 
would create a problem. 

Councilman John A. Baum said that the church 
contributed the same problem with its drain-off. 
"People are going to be just as unhappy with the B-2," 
he said. 



Council meeting cancelled 



The Feb. 19 meeting of 
Virginia Beach City 
Council has been 
cancelled to observe the 



national.state and local 

celebration of George 
Washington's Irirthday.' 



Attention Virginia Beach 



Unkdom Park zoning denied 

(continued from page 1) 

city's administrative staff supported transitional 
zoning, he said. Criticisna should be leveled at the dty 
and the council not on lact of planning, but at having 
adopted plans and not using them. "It's difficult to 
have respect for the city planning process. If we're going 
to have planning, we should use it for development," 

The court's decision was interpreted by the applicants 
to mean requesting any zoning up to A-1. The units 
would be for sale cluster units which are more suitable 
than rental apartments for the area, Barrow said. 

Attorney H. Calvin Spain, also representing National 
Beach, charged council that its decision on the 
application would be politically motivated. There are 
more owners in Linkhorn Park opposing the 
application, than there are applicants in favor of the 
change, he said. He said that nothing is aoeeptiMe to 
tde civic league hii»iaH4a«V9^lii^prep«rt)M«s4t li. 
"However unpopular it nuy be, the people are going to 
have to accept the {dan," he s^d. lie plan referred to 
apparently is the Beach Borough Development plan 
which recommends residential use of 12-36 dwelling 
units an acre. 

Grover Wright, attorney for the opposition, said 
there was "some misunderstanding of what the court 
did. The matter has been presented as though you lost. 
You did not. (The Court ruled) what you did was nM 
unreasonable." The court ruled that the applicant might 
return with a less restrictive zoning request than R-l. 
Wright suggested that his clioits would not be opposed 
to making both parcek R-3, the higher density zoning 
classiflcation. He said the townhouse zoning would be 
an intrusion on the established single-family 
neighborhood. 

Councibnan R.L. Riggs said that the "highest and 
best use depends on which side you're on," and moved 
to deny the applications. An addition to the motion to 
change the R-l parcel to R-3 was refused by the 
applicants. The vote was 10-1 with Councilman 
Clarence A. Holland voting against the motion. 



A water tourer can be 
beautiful, Bays mayor 

Mayor Patrick L. Standing figures beauty is in the eye 
of the beht>lder^ Even a hulking water tower outside 
your kitchen window can be beautiful, according to the 
mayor. 

"We have pec^le who have been in Virgmia Beach a 
long tune who think a water tower is beautiful," he told 
one citizen compUuning about the scheduled location of 
a tower in Green Run. 

William B. Whiteside, of the Oreoi Run Homes 
Association, complabwd that the city is gouig to build a 
tower next to the nuun corridor m Green Run. With 200 
acres of open territory, he said, why build it next to the 
mab) corridor? 

The mayor said the towers are beautiful to people 
who know tiM v^ue of water and watCT pressure. 

To duvges from Whiteside that the people were not 
inforoMd soon enough to do anythmg about the tower. 
Vice Mxffx J. Henry McCoy it. said that the prognun 
has been in effect for some time. He said he had a water 
tower dose to his bKkyard and it means to hbn that he 
can^ wtto- for fire protection and household use. 

Coundbsan Reid Ervin explained that the placement 
of a water town- has som^hing to do with distribution 
and a "lot end up in highly restrictive residentuU areas." 
Ervui added, howevo-, that maybe greater attonpts 
should be made to publicize the Capital Improvement 
Bud^. 

Coundl authimnd the acquisition of the property for 
the towo- - the Rbiemont Rcmd water stora^ tank aiKl 
coll^or lines and the acquisition of temporary and 
permanent easemoits of right-of-way. 



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'Tophattera' rrtiini Imum IiimimI 



T|ie VF.14 "Tophatters," lead by ComnMiider T.W. 
Wriiht are returning to NAS Oceana foUowini a leven 
an4 cme-half month deploymoit. ym^y recopUzed as 
the oMat and oiw of the Navy's fwemott filter 
squadrons, VF.14 set new standards of operational 
rcjidlness during Mediterranean cruise •7l-'79. 
"Tophatter" maintenance personnd acceded every 
operational commitment during particukiriy Iwavy 
tempo flight operations. In nineteoi flying (toys of 
October 1978, VF-14 set a new mikstone in F.14 history 
by flying 977.3 hours; this bettered the previous record 
Iqr over 200 hours. * 

Daring November and December, air combat 
maneuvering detachments were sent to Zangoa AFB, 
Spai^. Aircrew training during this ACM phase was the 
highlight of the cruise. Flying again» mixed groups of 
USAF aggressor aircraft, (F-15 Eagle. F.4 Phantom, 
arid F-S Tiger), the scenarios were varied daily to 
optimize aircrew proflciracy and mutual mppoit in the 
ACM arena. 

Fighter Squadron Fourteen has recently been 
nominated for the prestigious Admiral Josqdi Clifton 
Award, given annually to the Navy's outstandbig 
fighter squadron. 



Duby earns honors 

ABF 1 Philip Duby is a member of Attadc Squadron 
8S at NAS Oceana and has had sonw grort flMments 
during the past year. He started 1978 as "Blade Fakon" 
Sailor of the Month for January, his wife gave birtt to a 
baby girl, Kristen 1^, on Oct. 4. aiMl now he has 
received recognition for being sdecMI onoe again as 
"Sailor of the Month" for Deconber. 

Petty Officii Duby wu onoe again lecogniad for his 
leadership abilities and excellence in personnel 
management while acting as Damage Control Petty 
Officer while deployed with VA-85 to the 
Mediterranean aboard USS Forrestral, and presently as 
"Line Division" Supervisor, where he is hi chuft of the 
squadron's 30 some "plane captahis" who ready the 
airaaft for flight. 



Navy Ensign Jeffrey W. Immel, son of Elizabeth 
M.B. bnn^ of Sea Oaks Court. Virginia Beach, has 
b^ea commissioned in his present rank upon graduation 
from Omcet Candidate School (OCS). 

OCS, located at the Naval Education and Training 
Centor, Newport, R.I., is desijpied to prepare students 
to assume the duties and responsibilities of 
commissicmed officers. 

Ditfing the 19-week course, candidates studied the 
principles of leadership, manpower management 
techniques, navigation. «id communications. They 
additionally studied Navy history, traditions and 
missions; the structure and organization of naval 
commands; military courtesy; uniform reflations; 
seamanship; and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. 

A 1978 graduate of Florida State Umversity, 
Tallahassee. Ra., with a Bachelor of Science d^ree, he 
joined the Navy in December 1978. 



Fontaniila 

Staff Sergeant Anthony H. Fontaniila, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Earl Fontaniila of Bonney R(«d, Virginia 
Beach, has deployed to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, for 
temporary duty. 

Sergeant Tontanilla is an aerospace ground 
equipment repairman at Langley AFB, Va„ with th? 1st 
Twtical Fighter Wing, which flies the F- 1 5 Eagle. 

The purpose of the deployment^ at the invitation of 
the Government of Saudi Arabia, is to demonstrate the 
capabilities of the F-15. The visit is a dwnonstration of 
the continuing close relationship between Saudi Arabia 
and the U.S. Approximately 300 maintenance and 
suppdrt personnel accompanied the F-15s. 

While in Saudi Arabia, the aircraft will be available 
for good-will operations, including static display and 
demoncstration of flight characteristics. 

The '^rgeant is a 1972 graduate of Kcmpsville High 
School., 



Clausen 



Airman Gregory S. Gausen, son of retired U.R Navy 
Commander C.E. Clausen of Queois Way, Virginia 
Beach, has been selected for technical training at Lowry 
AFB, Colo., in the Air Force avionics systems field. 

The airman recently completed basic training at 
Lackland AFB, Tex., and studied the Air Force 
mission, organization and customs and received special 
instruction in human relations. Completion of this 
training earned the individual credits towards an 
associate in applied science degree through the 
Community College of the Air Force. 

Airman Clausen is a 1976 graduate of First Colonial 
Ifi^ School. 



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Andlor|ion 

Navy ^teaman Gregory B. Anderson, son of Edward 
E. Anderson Jr. of Marlinton Drive, Virginia Beach, 
has completed recruit training at the Naval Training 
Center, Siui Diego. 

During the eight-week training cycle, he studied 
general milit^ subjects designed to prepare him for 
further acadeftiic and on-the-job training in one of the 
Navy's 85 basip occupational fields. 

Included In n^ studies were seamanship, close-order 
drill. Naval hisjiory and first aid. Personnel who 
complete this course of instruction are eligible for4hree 
hours of college /credit in Physical Education and 
Hygiene. 

He joined the Nav^ in November 1978. 



Cull 

Navy Hull Maintenance Technician Fireman 
Apprentice Millard M. Cull, son of Ak R. and Joan C. 
Cull of West Neck Road, and whow wife. Mclinda is 
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.D. Mdnyer of 
Petunia Crescent, all of Virginia Beach, was jraduatcd 
from Basic Hull Maintenance Technician School. 

During the 8-week pourse at the Naval Training 
Center, Philadelphia, students received instructiffli on 
the basics of welding, pipefitting and raetalsmithiqi. 
They studied the procedures used to fabricate, install 
and repair all types of shipboard structures, Numbing 
and piping systems. 

A 1978 graduate of Kellam High School, he joined 
the Navy in August 1978. 



Brennan 

Navy Airman Recruit Jeffery J. b-ennan. son of 
Patsy J. Brennan of Solar Lane, Virginia Beach, has 
completed recruit training at the Naval TrainingOnter, 
Great Lakes, III. 

During the eight-week training cycle, he studied 
general military subjects designed to prepare him for 
further academic and on-the-job training in one of the 
Navy's 85 basic occiipational fields. 

Included in his studies were seamanship, doM-ordcr 

drill. Naval history and first ead. Personnd who 

complete this course of instruction are eligiMe for three 

°houfs 'Of college credit in physical education and 

hygiene. 

He joined the Navy in November 1978. 



Rpuistone 



S8|t. Elwood A. McClintic Kcently was assigned as an 
aircraft mechanic witii the 114th Aviation Company at 
Fort Oayton, Canal Zone. 

McOintic's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood S. 
McCUntic, live on Frostburg Lane, Virginia Beach. 



Rose 

Pfc. Steven A. Rose, sofi of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond 
F. Rose, Juno Road, Virginia Beach, recently was 
assigned as a mechanic with the 3rd Support Command 
in Glessen, Germany. 



Navy Lieutenant Commander Donald B. Roulstone, 
son of Don J. and Lois V.F. Roulstone of Paul Revere 
Drive, Virginia Beach, has reported for duty wiUi Air 
Antisubmarine Squadron 41, North Island Naval Air 
Station, San Diego. 

A 1964 graduate of Princess Anne High School, he 
joined the Navy in August 1968. 



HamhdMiy 




"Hello Honey, I miss you; ovw." 
"Yeah, I miss you too. how's Brian; over." 
"Oh guess what he . . ., over." 
Sound Uke a funny way to hold a convertaticm? Not if 
you happra to be talking through a ham ndfa> i^UNie 
patch like tiie ones conne^ed by Dave tad WMef 
PhlUips of Vir^nla Beach. Dave, an Aviation Ordnance 
Senior Chief attached to VA-8S at NAS Oceana, and his 
wife 9iirley opoate one of the very few ham racBo base 
stations in the local area wkh die equipment to operate 
I^one patches. Through a snudl adxa coaoected to the 
frfione box and a fUp of a swltdi on tbdr haoi iadk» yoa 
can list«i and speak ova the ham tadio thwrngii y«Mr 
phone. So for the pn<x of a collect phone call from thdr 
home, you could con^ct a convemtion to just abott 
anywhere in the worid where that Is another ham radio, 
as contact has beoi established and atm<^riieric 
conditions don't interfere. 

The Phillips b^m tiidr hobl^ hi 19t5 in order to 
have a hobby they could enjoy toother and to be iri^ to 
talk to rach other now and thai while Dave dqiloyed 
since most Of the Navy's ship* haw hm radkM idKMid. 
They worked up to thtir pa»m llceues, iHiidi for 
Dave is Advanced Chus and for 9url^s Qiatni Class. 
The various classes woe obtamed l^ pasahii exuu tm 
Morse Code. FCC R^uhttioMs, ai^ decttonic tteory. 
Hw classes of licensing thai increaae the nmge of 
frequencies which are l^ally allowed to be (Rented 
witiiin by tiie Federal Communteadoiii CoomlsdMi. 

Shirley began dobig phone patdm in 1976 while Dave 
was dei^oyed aboard USS Indepoidaice. Since that 
time she has been doing patches ftx many Naval and 
dierdiant ships whidi she has contacted on the Meritiiiie 
MoMle Region Net. 
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a weiric off and on from 4:30 in the afternoon until 
midnight. During that Mven month period she 
completed approximately 600 phone patches for various 
deployed shi|». 

She has been recognized for her efforts by the 
Commandhig Offico^ of USS Forrestal and US^ Guam 
Withjiaques and ktters of appreciation; but she sa^ 
titt^ real satisfaction and enjoyment come from 
helpmg and ^ting to talk to people of all walks of life, 
all over the world. 



Swordsmen ratum home after seven montlis 



Many hoa filled with tews of ioy couU be leco ai 
the wives, dilMrM ftnd o^ba loved ones wa^wd the 
Sw(»d«nai of f^h^^, squadnm Thirty-Two muta 
from a seven month deploynmt aboard USS lota F. 
Kennedy (CV-67) in the Me^temoMn Sea. Wl^ mm 
<^ the aircrews flew theb F-14 topnctfi into Nmd Air 
Suticm Oceana on Fd>. 7, tlw iw^«i(y of tha«}aMb(aa 
departed the "l^iuiecfy" on the noiatat of «hi<|^ 
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Norftrik Naval Base to witnss thdr return. 

During their Mediterranean dl^^oyftom the 
Svmdn^i wee tikatd u re^ifeat of tha iMh^ 
Fleet Battle Efficiency Award (Battlf "E"iM fiistl 
year 1978^ This award dei^^^ l^WMai TMr^t^ as 
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coa<. The S^ydsmrovfad with dw» other mi^tom 
ki titt Attawtic Fteet f (»- tte coi«tod awwd. 

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unequalled by any fighter squadron in the mtite Navy. 
1^ flghto- squadron has been awarded the SiIvct 
Andior award for r^aition. This award mdicates that 
the Sw<H<ta!iiai have a r^ratloo recxHd vdiich is one (rf 
the vesy be^ hi the Athmtic Fkt«. 



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is true of interest on your 
savings account in a bank, 
a credit union, or a 
savings and loan 
association (even thotigh 
the association refers to 
the payment as a 
"dividend"), and interest 
from any other source 
unless it is expressly 
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the appropriate address 
listed in the instructions. 



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Generally, the cost and 
i^aintenance of work 
clothing is a personal 
expense and not 
deductible. However, if 
your occupation 
specifically requires 
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equipment as a condition 
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LEIGH PHOTO- 

GRAPHIC SERVICE 

WetMings and Groups our 
specialty. Albums and 
charge plans available. 
Write P.O. Box 13007, 
Chesapeake. Va. 23320, 
482-1312. 2-tf 



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JOVCEOTAR, no* doing 
horoscopes for the goieral 
public. Classes forming 
soon, please call for 
information, 497-2891. 

2-tf 

CERAMICS TO ORDER, 

Licensed Ceramic 
Instructor will custom 
nuke planters, figurines, 
Mh irays, lamps, etc. 
Reasonable prices. For 
more information, 490- 
1034. 2-tf 

lTRO> OF CLOWNING 
AROUND? Try hiring 
"Wonder Woman" for 
your partiesi Children 
love it! Reasonable rates. 
489-7447. 2-tf 



HOME IMPROVE- 
MENTS. Quality 
remolding with pertoml 
service and low, low itff- 
season prices! Call the 
«perts. Bay engineering 
*n(p Construction 
Company. 490-1001. 

7-^28 



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1973 YAMAHA 250 - 

Very good condition, 
$300.00. Call 547-2067. 

9-^28 



REPOlflERS • General 
ailignments, features, 
news editing with weekly 
newspapers in Southside 
and Tidewater Virginia. 
Prefer journalism school 
background and some 
experience. Must have 
good typing ability and be 
willing to learn riews 
photcfraphy. If you are 
interested in more details, 
write David Woodroof, 
Byerly Publications, 1000 
Armory Drive, Franklin, 
Va.2J851 13-tf 



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SEAGUL SILVER 
CENTURY PLUS 

outboard motor; 5^ Hp. 
Short shaft. Used I year. 
Qeaned, tuned and lubed. 
Extremely dependable. 
$235.00.467-1363.11-2-28 



PLEAMII HAVE YOU A 
YORKSHIRE TERRIOR 

OR similar dog you must 
give away or sell for small 
price? Our son's was 
stolen and he's pining. 
919-232-2788 ^2-28 

ASTROLOGY READ- 
INGS by Rev. Covert, 
Minister, writer, teacher 
and lecturer. Please call 
463-1054 or 486-7220. 

2-^28 

"YOU TOO CAN CUT 
YOUR ELECTRIC BILL 
50 PERCENT," 

Congressman Praises 
^ Book. Send $3.98 plus 50 
'cents postage, ten day 
moneyback guarantee. 
Chesapeake Products, 
Book Dept.-9D, Box 
6557, Portsmouth, Va. 
23703. 2-2-28 

PROFESSIONAL TODY 

RUB for women and men. 
S^ hour appointmenu at 
yoipbome or office. 340- 
1611. ^ 2-^28 



EXTRA CASH 

It's so easy... advertise 
the things you no longer 
need in the classified 
columns of your 
hometown newspaper. In 
practically no time at all, 
people in your 
neighborhood will know 
what you have to sell. 
You're on the road to 
extra cash. ..somebody 
will read your ad and buy! 

17^2 rr. LUGER, Deep- 
V closed bow boat with jail 
gauges & C/G equipment. 
55 H.P. Evenrude motor 
and tih trailer. $1200 or 
best offer. 543-0435 , 
11-2^22 



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LOST BLACK MALE 

Birdneck Road. Answers 
to Rocky. Reward call 
425-6082. 3-2-2 



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1972 GRAN TORINO 
SPORT - Yellow with 
Brown interior. AM/FM, 
8 track, power steolng 
and automatic 

transmission. Very good 
condhimi. $1300.00. Call 
547-2067. 6-^28 

DOGE VAN •> 19M 3 
speed, ilaiit 6. ExceUcat 
on gas. New clutch 
assonbly. Low mileage - 
good rubbo*. Plean call 
Hank, 467-6527. 6-^28 

"7^ LIU. Fully equinied. 
Good condition, uid runs 
like a top. Excdient gas 
mileage. 427-2382. 6-2-7 

0L06MOBILE DELTA 
N 1969. Gold beauty in 
good condition. 70,000 
miles, power steering, 
power brakes, air 
conditioned. New tires. 
$895. WiU n^otiate. CaU 
399-8591 before 9 p.m. 

6-2-28 

1974 AUSTIN MARINA 

2 door. Excellent 
condition. Automatic, 
radial tim, low mileage. 
%ereo AM-FM Upe deck. 
Better thra 30 mrall 425- 
9237. 6-2-28 

PACKARD '■ 1952 
Automatic, 4 (hior, R & 
H, 80,000 wtualmila. No 
rust. Runnii^ condidm, 
(kigiaal upholstery. One 
previous owner. 
Collector's item 1 1 486- 
0741. 6-2-28 



LOVABLE WOMAN to 

sit with 7 month old in my 
home S days a week. 
Summers-holidays off. 
Responsible and reliable 
woman only need apply. 
463-1067 

13-2-22 

LOCALTOUCH 

No Other itiedium is 
bound up with the 
av<«y4lat(f,U rt< •of* t)ioar-> 

your hometown 

newspaper. 

RUBBERMADE PARTY 

PLAN-Exceptional way to 
earn money! NO 
PACKING. DELIVER. 
INO OR INVESTMENT. 
Sells itself. High 
commission paid. 
Managers needed. 424- 
3843 

13-2-22 

EXCEPTIONAL oppor- 
tunity for sharp, 
anibitious individuals 
interested in extra income. 
We show you how. For 
informative interview call 
420-5530 

13-2-21 

ADVERTISING SALES 

representatives - If you are 
looking for a career 
opportunity that is 
challenfing and 

rewarding, we have a. 
position that may interest 
you. You will work from 
our offices on Battlefidd 
Blvd. and Rosonont Road 
where you wiD learn many 
phases of the community 
newspaper business. We 
provide paid on-the-job 
training. You provide an 
intelligent willingness to 
team. You must have a 
sales background and 
enjoy working with the 
public. This is a fulltime 
position with Bylerly 
Publications, publishers 
of the Chesapeake Post 
and the Virginia Beach 
Sun. Please write Shddon 
Kelly. Byerly 

Publications, P.O. Box 
1327, Chesapeake, Va. 
23320. 13-tf 



CAB DRIVERS - DAY 

OR NIGHT shifts. 
Hardworkers will earn 
gpod money! Diamond 
Taxi, Virginia Beach. CaU 
Mr. Bragg, 464-3289. 13-tf 

NEED six women 
interested in earning $60 
to $100 weekly. Part time 
from your home. Call 420- 
0977 for appointment. 13 
13-tf 

SALES HOLIDAY 
MAGIC COSMETICS - 

Opportunity to advance to 
management. Liberal 
commission, car helpful, 
Tidewater area. Call 467- 
.4040. No investment 
required. 13-tf 

CAREER SALES 

OPPORTUNITY - with 
Metropolitan Life. 
Starting salary negotiable. 
Excellent opportunity for 
advancement. Outstand- 
„ing fringe benefits. CaU 
Mr.Cole393-lWl. 13-2-14 

I NEW PARTY PLAN IN 
AREAI! Excitingly 
differ^t! Party Lite 
Gifts. Featuring candle 
ensembles. Money makers 
dream come true. For 
interview call 587-7166. 

l3-^28 

NURSE -LPN Monday - 

Friday, day shift. 
Ingleside area. Arthritic 
patient. Long-term oise. 
Call Quality Care. 461- 



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HOME HEALTH AID - 

Bonded and insured. Call 
461-5756. 14-2-28 

BABY SITTING 

AVAILABLE; Green 
Run, Larkspur area. 
Day's or nights in my 
home. Experienced. Will 
negotiate prices. 467-5732 
14-^22 



•MINIATURE SALT « 
PEPPER SCHNAUZER 

male is looking for a 
mate! This adorable 
Schnauzer is AKC 
r^steral and comes from 
champion stock. 489- 
2571. 22-2-28 

YOUNG PARAKEEfS 

$10.99, greater Sulfa 
, Crat«i Cockatoo $799.00 
Senecal parrot $89.00 
Extraordinary specials all 
the time, at Fish' Factory: 
855-1111. 22-2^28 

POM-POO PUPPIES! 3 

females, black or brown. 
Wormed and healthy, 
fluffy and lovable. 
Parents on premises. 
$10.00. Call after 4 p.m. 
545-29%. 21-2-28 

BASE^II FEMALE, 
SMALL BARKLESS 

house-pet. Excellent 
disposition. Impressive 
pedigree. Housebroken! 
Non-shedding, odorless. 
Moving-must sell. Please 
call 423-1516 

22-2-22 

TWO CUDDLY BLACK 
CHOW puppies. Four 
weeks old. Parents on 
premises. AKC registered. 
Champion Bloodlines. 
THE ONLY PURPLE 
TONGUED DOG!! 340- 
3341 

22-2-22 

BLUE DOBERMAN- 

Unusual female. Four 
months old. Excellent 
with children. Mother 
AKC registered, and on 
premises. These dogs are 
rare. Tail & due-claws 
Mve^een done. Cair482- 
1768 after 6 P.M. 

22-2-22 

GERMAN SHORT 
HAIRED pointers. 
Parents are excellent 
hunters. AKC registered, 
excellent conformation. 
Shots &. wormed. 6 week$ 
old. $125. Each. 485-5386 
or 547-7312 

22-2-22 

FREE BASSETT 

HOUND - 2'/2 years, 
brown and white, good 
'with childrmr,>^i5iejfee^ 
.'39l3^^€ji(anf Street/ 
Chesapeake, Virginia 
23321. 22-2-14 

MALTESE PUPPIES; 2 

males left. Excellent 
bloodlines, good 

disposition. Very small 
dog, excellent house pet. 
Reasonable price. Please 
call: 497-3314 22-2-14 



MINK JACKET 

Autumn Haze color. Just 
like new with lovely 
matching hat! Must be 
aeen for full appreciation. 
Cash only. $750. 481- 
5704,428-3531. 25-2-14 

■IKESI Man's and 
woman's 3 speed English 
Racer. Black and silver. 
Good (HMidition $50.00 for 
both. Girl's 24 inch 
Roadrunner, good 
condition, $15.00 firm. 
482-4232. 25-2-28 

DON'T BE A SPEEDER 

Drive ^ith care, don't 
be a speeder, you might 
ran over a want ad reader! 

80FABED - 90 inches 
I6i% with 4 inch foam 
mattress, predominately 
brown, $125.06, good 
condition. Call Charles 
Billups 420-7719 after 
Sm. 25-2-7 

EARLY AMERICAN- 

band crafted items for 
sale. Early American 
lamps custom colored to 
fit your home. Want 
something different? 
Unique? call 424-3448 

DO YOU NEED-an air 

conditioner? For -your 
cottage or your house- 
9,000 BTU's, reverse 
cycle. SAVE DOLLARS- 
buy now. 422-2425 

25-2-22 

NATURAL DARK 
RANCH MINK STOLE. 

Exactly like new. Worn 
twice. Must be tried on to 
be appreciated. Price 
jiegotiable. Cash ojbI^ . 
460-0569 

25-2-22 

OLD CLOTHES - 1940's 
or earlier, hats, shoes, 
beaded purses and 
jewelry, 627-3917 or 625- 
8714. 25-tf 

BOOKCASES, GUN 
CABINETS, DESKS - 

made to order. Furniture 
refinishing. Quality work, 
reasonj^le pri ces. Free 
estimates. Please call 547- 
0089, 543-2923. 25-tf 



FLEA MARKET No 3, 

3315 South Military 
Highway. OpCT Friday. 
Saturday, Sunday only 10- 
6. Inside stalls and table 
set-ups for rent. 28 stalls 
to serve you. Free 
admission. 487-9803. 28-tf 

SURFSIDE FLEA 
MARKET, Virginia Beach 
Dome Feb. 9th and 10th. 
Hours 10 a.m.-9 p.m. 
Admission $1.00. free 
parking. 28-2-7 



"PEKSON-TO-PERSON" 

Tkai'ttiiVoiiudYMir 

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GROW YOUR own fruit! 
Free copy 48-page 
Planting Guide Catalog in 
color, offered by 
Virginia's largest growers 
of fruit trees, nut trees, 
berry plants, grape vines, 
landscaping plant 
material. Waynesboro 
Nurseries, Inc. 

Waynesboro, Va. 22980 
35-2-22 

DIRT A-1. black, fertile 
top soil. Also sand and 
fill. Prompt service. Jack 
N. Powell, Inc., 855-7844 
or 853-7218. 35-tf 



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WE BUY ANYTHING - 

furniture, appliances and 
garage sale leftovers. 489- 
0739 or 467-2144. 29-tf 



WANT to buy portable 
electric typewriter in good 
working order. Please call 
481-4642. 29-tf 

WANTED: ORIENTAL 
CARPETS NEW OR 

OLD any condition any 
age. 461-3834 29 



JOHNSON FARM 
REPAIR, tractors, 3. 
Hook-up equipment, 
fence posts, peanut hay 
and corn, 545-8370. 35-tf 



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ELDORADO - 1973, 12 x 
54', 2 bedroom. Must sell 
- being transferred. $5000 
(total price!) Appliances 
included air conditioned. 
Located lovely area. 545- 
6413 after 6. 40-tf 



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TRUMPET-BUNDY with 
case and stand. School 
child's delight! 1 year old 
and in like- new condition. 
$100. Negotiable. Please 
Call 340-5367 

30-2-22 

-TUNE^^N ON^^HHS^ 

Wooden Clarinet, French 
made, in velvet casing. 
Used a little by school girl. 
In need of some minor 
repairs. $25.00 Please Call 
482-1768 after 5:30 P.M. 
30tf 

PIANOS - new and used, 
rentals - tuning - repairing 
- rebuilding - refinishing. 
Peele and Tollison Piano 
Warehouse, 5312 Building 
E, Virfflnia B ea c h Blvd. - 
490-1653. 30-tf 



LOVELY furnished 1-2 
bedroom appt. with color 
T.V. Available through 
May. Reasonably priced. 
Pacific West Apartments. 
Motel 306 29th St. 428- 
3633. 423-0888. 45-tf 



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NEW 3„ BEDROOM 
RANCH - 2lbaths, CAC, 
self-clean over next to golf 
course, park, lake; easy 
access all bases. 499-9449. 
46-tf 



ACTION-EMERGENCY 
SERVICE, Drains 
cleaned, sewer, waterlines 
& water beaters installed. 
Remodleing & new 
plumbing installations. 
Herman J. Powers 461- 
8197 

__^___ 71-2-22 

MAGIC-Learn from 
recognized professional 
Magician for fun, profit, 
prestige and popularity. 
Low rates. All ages. 
Phone 853-8852 

7ltf 

CHAIR CANING-Lace 

cane or press cane. 
Experienced. Reasonable 
prices. For more 
information call--460- 
0112 

71-2-22 

SIMMONS HEATING & 
AIR CONDITIONING. 

Call the EXPERIENCED 
ONE for repairs or 
replacement. We stand 
behind our 31 years of 
experience. 424-291 1 

71tf 



DONT BE A 
SPEEDER 

Driver with care, don't 
be a speeder, you might 
run over a want ad reader! 

PIANO DOCTOR ■ 
FULL reliable piano 
service, tuning, repairing, 
and regulating. Serving 
Southern Tidewater- 
Thompson Enterprises. 
Work on all makes 420- 
4157. 7Mf 

PIANO T'JNH^G -_ 
promt efficient service. 
Lee Wales - please call 
460^0656. 71.tf 



CUSTOM CABINET 
SHOP, cabinets, counter 
tops, vanities, bookcases, 
music centers and bars. 
Quality work - reasonable 
rates - free estimates. Call 
855-6645,583-3918. 71-tf 

ELECTRICAL CON- 
TRACTOR Free 
estimates. 24 Hours 
Service for your electrical 
needs. Action Electric. 
622-1089. • 71-tf 

FIREPLACES - brick, 
block and stone work. We 
specialize in masonary and 
pre-fab fireplaces. Patrick 
Moore, 481-7373. 71-tf 

FIREPLACES - Have a 
custom fireplace built in 
your home at a reasonable 
price by Michael and Hill, 
fireplace specialists 
licensed, bonded and 
insured - references. 482- 
3636. 71-tf 

HOME IMPROVEMENT 
AND REPAIRS no job 

too large. Concrete patio 
and sidewalk specialty. 
Back yard recreation 
facilities available. 486- 
6791-481-7025. 71-tf 

HOME IMPROVE- 
MENTS repairs, 
maintenance. State 
licensed. Free estimates. 
Prjimpi. courteous 
service. Quality 
performance. 486-1544 or 
497-2520. 71-tf 

INSULATE NOW and 

take advantage of tax 
rebate! Stop wasting 
money on lo/^t energy. 
Free estima^s ■- I.E. 
"Rf tter^CoTpoTa t r 
Serving Tidewater since 
1924,622-3831. 71-tf 



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NEED 300 TO 500 square 
feet storage in Great 
Bridge area. Call 547-2759 
after 6:00 p.m. 50-2-7 

IX)CAL TOUCH 

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GENERAL HOUSE- 
CLEANING - will do 
general housecleaning one 
day a week. Have 
experience, own 

transportation and 
references. Please call 421- 
2589. 71-2-14 

REMODELING ROOM 
ADDITIONS, DENS - 

Any type of home 



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ENGLISH LONG CASE 

Grandfather's Clock. 8 
day bell strike. Circa 1785. 
Case in good condition. 
Movement in excellent 
condition. $1400. Firm. 
4604569 

26-2-22 



NORVIEW - Rare coins - 
Norfolk's most complete. 
Buy, sell, trade. Buying 
silver coins. 42 Southern 
Shopping Center, 
Norfolk, 853-8118. 31-tf 



everyday life of your 
community more than 
.vour hometown 

newspaper. 



tms 

modernized. Quality 
work. Free estimates. 
Please call 547-0089, 543- 
2923. 71-tf 



INTERIOR - EXTERIOR 
PAINTING. plus 
numerous handyman 
trades. "Whatever you 
need done and don't have 
the time to do, just give us 
a call." 397-9667 anytime, 
f 71-tf 

LIGHT HAULING - 

truck and driver for hire, 

dependable, extra help 

available, no job too $ma|| 

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STANCES? Realty 
opportunities in and out 
of state. Counseling. Mr. 
Barr. Sunrise Realty 486- 
0090. Member, Virginia 
Real Estate Exchangors. 
15-2-14 

HAVE A HIGHLY 
PROFITABLE and 

beautiful jean shop of 
your own. Featuring the 
latest in jeans, denims and 
sportswear. $15,500.00 
includes beginning 
inventory, fixtures and 
training. You may have 
your store open in as little 
as 15 days. Call any time 
for Mrs. Lowo' 316-675- 
2386. 

15,2/7 



ENGLISH COON 
HOUND PUPPIES, 6 

weeks old, registered with 
papers, $M.OO each. 421- 
9469 after 5. Both parenu 
are excellent tree dogs. 

22-tf 

ST. BERNARD PUPPY 

Beautiful 10 momh dd 
female. Extremely 
friendly. Requires a 
fenced yard. $100. Serious 
inquires only. Please call 
463-2412 

22-2-21 

GERMAN SHEPHARD 
PUPS - 3 good litters, all 
champion lines - large 
boned, healthy, 

guaranteed. Terms. Come 
and compare. 488-8085. 

22-tf 



ANTIQUES 10,000 sq. 
feet of Antiques. Barber 
chair and pole, walnut 
office desk, showcases. 
Open 10-5 daily. 1804 
Granby St. Norfolk. 625- 
9119. 26-2-28 



EXTRA CASH 

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of a kind - custom made. 
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wide band. Woman's size 
5Vi. Unique gift. 
Sacrifice, $25. Please call 
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family room, fireplace, 
eat-in-kitchen, pantry, 
hardwood floors, 2 car 
garage, well, $72,500. 428- 
4345/481-1908. 58-tf 

CANDLEWOOD COVE - 

Exquisite 4 bedroom 
ranch, nestled in lovely 
wooded setting, 3200 
square feet of living space, 
3 baths, large family 
room, wet bar,, large 
outdoor screen patio. On 
1 plus acres. Luxury 
living. By owners. 481- 
3142. 58.tf 



RON WEST ■ TRIM 
CARPENTRY, cabinets, 
paneling, doors, 
bookcases, formica, 
additions or remodeling. 
623-0201. 71-tf 

ROOFING, guttering, 
painting and chimney 
water proofing. All work 
guaranteed. Call Melvin 
D. Dever Roofing Co., 
587-5003. 71-tf 

ROOFING REPAIRS. 

Experienced-any type, 
small jobs. Call night or 
day. 625-9624 or 857-6710 
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small truck. Slee{» 4. 
Used one time. Fully 
equipped. Take over 
payments! 1 1 489-9MI 

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HOUSEWORK? Need 
extra income? Earn 
S6./\0M per hour 
average working from 
home in Ch^apeike in 
Viifinia ItaKh calling on 
customers Phone 
necessary. Use of car 
necessary on occasion. 
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PUD'S - Ceramics, 
Certified Duncan 
Teacher. Complete Hne 
Duncan products. 
Greenware. Firing. 
Unique gifts. Free 
beginner's classes. 2213 
Potters Road. 463-0437. 
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YORKSHIRE TERRIOR 

at stud: tiny Blue and 
Gold 4 pounder with 
Champions in his 
background desires mate. 
His services are 
reasonable. 587-6171 

23-2-22 

WHITE GERMAN 
SHEPHARD DOG 
CLUB now meeting twice 
monthly. Please call 583- 
8669or4M-6274formore 
information. Love is a 
White Shqihard! 23 

DON'T LEAVE YWJR 
CAT UNLOVEDI I will 
baby-sit for your cat while 
you are away. For 
informaticHi nU 428-4064 
betw^ 8 a.m. ami II 
a.m. 23-2-28 



MICROWAVE RANGE/ 

self-cleaning oven. Gold. 
1 ye^ old. Pine 7 piece 
den set, excellent 
condition. 10,000 BTU air 
conditioner, and a kitchen 
table. 467-5732 

27-2-22 

USED APPLIANCE - 

Refrigerators $50.00 and 
up. Ei^tem lb. washers 
$115.00. El«:tric rantes 
$125.00. T.V.'s $79.00. 30 
day wanranty. Bob's T.V. 
482-3536. 27-tf 

REFRIGERATOR - 3 

door with ice maker, 22 
,Cu, Ft. New Condition, 
Harve« Gold. Washer 
and dryer, Kenmore. 
Avocado. Perfect 
condiiion. Prices 
rcasonabte! 1427-2688. 

27-2-28 



FRESH SEAFOOD 

Caught daily. Green's 
Seafood Market. At the 
Farmer's Market of 
Virginia Beach. Call 427- 
3574. Opdd 9-6 daily. 

33-tf 

OYSTERS - Lynnhaven 
shucked ahd unwashed. 
Opposite Kurd's Seafood 
Restaurant^ off Little 
Neck Rd., Eprl Smith, 
340-5171. 33-tf 



WIDE CHOICE 

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your hometown 

newspaper. Get results 
qukk! 



FLORIDA - TRADE? 
EQUITIES - 12 acre farm 
with 3 bedroom house - 2 
fireplaces, den, ' fences, 
pond. Also waterfront 
lots, motels, 461-8120. 

62-tf 



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LARGE MHIND bales of 
hay. Mixed varity. Will 
deliver if necessary. 
$20.00 or will negotiate. 
488-4244 

65-2-22 



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HREWOOD - Hard- 
WOOD oak/Maple. 

Full cord 4 X 4 X 8", 
$75.00 delivered, Half 
a>rd, $40.00. May pick up 
at mjuced rate. M.A. 
Guan, 547-4937. 34-tf 



FIREPLACE VENEER- 

Dura-Sione and Brick 
veneer installed on any 
surface. Hand shaped 
while mortar is soft. No 
forms used. Ernies will 
follow contour of ^ur 
project. A fir^lacx or 
home front. Call 340- 
0180. La Bouve Kiwws 
How! 

71-2-22 



SURE BITE 

You're sure to get a bite 
if you drop a line in the 
classified columns of your 
community newspaper. 
Your classified ad is part 
of the hometown news 
that everybody wants to 
read as well as the news of 
the community. 

UPHOLSTERY WORK 

Done at very reasonable 
rates. Will pick up and 
deliver. Gloria Boyl»s. 
397-6424. 71 

WIN11»GREEN 
WOODED BUILDINrG 

Site with water/sewage. 
Near ski lodge. Owner 
terms available. Selling 
under market price. Call 
1-703-886.0496. 71-tf 

ALTERATIONS - 1 day 

service!! 30 years of 
experioice. I do all types 
of altering. King Grant 
area. 340-66(K. 71-2-28 

REALTY PROBLEMS? 

Selling is only one of 
many solutions. 

Counseling. Mr. Barr. 
Sunrise Realty 486-0090. 
Member, Virginia Real 
Estate Exchangers. 71-2-14 



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we print for bigger 
publications with 50,000 
and more circulation. 
We've got lots of 
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because we're good, we're 
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local. Please call Sheldon 
Kelly, 547-4571, for 
information and price 
quotations. You will be 
dealing with Byerly 
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and the Virginia Beach 
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KNOW YOUR 

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Call anytime for 
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AARDVARK CHIMNEY 
SWEEPS, INC. Fast, 
clean professional service. 
We'll reduce the risk of 
chimney fires. Master 
Charge & Visa. 485-3391 
or 487-7183. 7I-tS 

BATH ROOM 1 ILE - For 

your ceramic needs in 
existing homes. New or 
repair work, walls and 
fioors and shower door 
leaks, call 3404180 and 
ask for Leo. 71-tf-3 

UPHOLSTERY WORK 

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16 VIRGINIA BEACH SUND WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1979 



Virginia fieacft Sports 



Spoitsvfew- 





What about later? 



lyMINID'OMO 



"The future is now." George Allen made these words 
famous with the then powerful Washington Redskins. 
Total committment to the present ensured his team's 
maximum immediate success possible. 

But tomorrow always comes, and so it did for the 
Redskins, who found themselves flat-footed an unable 
to cope with younger, stronger teams. This dilemma of 
"now versus later" faces all coaches of team sports. The 
players who are expected to be the backbone of a 
school's program in the future must receive some 
amount of preparation and experience now. 

For many athletes in Chesapeake, Portsmouth, and 
Norfolk, this experience is acquired through junior 
varsity competition. Varsity coaches enjoy the luxury of 
selecting the cream of the crop and going with their best 
individuals, secure in the knowledge that the junior 
varsity program is, to a great extent, taking care of the 
futOre. 

At the Beach, however, where J.V. competition is a 
thing of the past, coaches must carefully fill their rosters 
with either proven performers or definitely potential 
athletes. Occasionally the rare blend of youth and talent 
finds his way into the starting lineup as a sophomore. 

But there is little room for the marginal athlete, the 
clumsy sophomore who might blossom into a star senior 
if he only had the opportunity. Given this limiting 
situation, it is interesting, and perhaps revealing, to 
examine the contributions of sophomores to the various 
basketball programs at the Beach. 

A common phenomenon seems to be the junior high 
ballplayer who stops playing in the tenth grade. With a 
4a€k of opportunity te play on the J;V. level, many 
rising tenth graders who are seasoned ballplayers in 
junior high competition shy away from trying for a spot 
on a.high school team. 

"1 think they anticipate that they can't play," notes 
Cox head coach George Ontko. "I had a good one 
who started at the junior high. He could've played for 
us, but he didn't come out." 

What causes a young ballplayer to hang it up at the 
stage where his skills should be coming together - at the 
high school level? 

"They're used to playing and they don't want to 
come up and sit," says First Colonial's Alton Hill. "We 
didn't have many good tenth graders to come out. We 
had some good junior high players who didn't come out 
for our team." 

So it seems that many ballplayers hesitate to serve 
time on the bench, although such apprenticeship is a 
necessity with the absence of J.V. programs limiting 
playing opportunities. This impatience to play keeps 
some athletes away from the courts, but there are many 
more sophomores who come to the gyms in the fall 
seeking a varsity uniform. Of these candidates, only a 
handful can help a program in the near future, and even 
fewer can lend immediate strength. These few are the 
future for many schools. 

Princess Anne's Leo Anthony seems blessed with a 
flock of young talent topped by the premier tenth grader 
in the District, Thad Miles. One of the leading scorers 
and rebounders at the Beach, Miles is the keystone to 
the Cavalier attack. 

"The real surprise to me is how early he began 
dominating things against seniors," says Anthony. 
"Playing in the tournament (Norfolk Collegiate 
Tournament) helped him. He just jumped out and 
improved right from the beginning." 

Along with Miles, Anthony can look forward to good 
things from Marc Hinch, Bobby Reckling, and Billy 
£>eihl, a group of whichAnthony says, "The four of 
them would be super on the J.V. level." 

Johnny Dollar can be optimistic about the future with 
his group of Bayside youngsters, headed by Gary Knox, 
a j unior high teammate of Miles . 

Eddie Diehl, the Marlins' assistant coach, says of 
Knox, "He's definitely the best leaper at the Beach." 

Dollar must have to resort to last names at practice 
with Gary Browning and Gary Cason joining Knox in 
the sophomore contingent, and these three players, 
along with David Bobst, should continue Bayside's 
improvement next season. 

At Keliam, Al Bailey has three sophomores, Mike 
Smith, Mel Roach, and George >yadsworth, in the 
lineup. Of these three, Wadsworth is the strongest bet to 
be a starter next year, which Roach is pla^g only his 
first year of organized bail, and Smith may be 
transferring to the new Green Run High School next 
year. 

Cox's Ontko is looking down to the junior highs to 
give him help next year. Paul McGovem, at Lynnhaven 
Junior High, and Independence Junior High's Leonard 
Goffigan both figure in Ontoko's plans. 

"I'm anticipating them stepping right in," says 
Ontko. "We're wide open. These guys will have to do it 
for us." 

Kemgsville's Chiefs have only two sophomores on 
their roster. Of starter Mike West, head coach Bill 
Cochrane, says, "He's a quick learner. He's gained a lot 
more confidence as the year's gone along," According 
to Cochrane, his other sophomore, Chris Scherrer, "has 
alot of natural ability. He's got a lot of quickmss." 

While Kempsville has only two sophomores, the 
Chiefs are rich compared to Alton Hill's First Colonial 
team, where Jojo Dozier is the only sophomore. 

So, with no players waiting in the J.V. wings, the 
school with more than two solid sophomores seems to 
be lucky. And for the co«:hes, the fall tryouts must 
sMm like a grab bag of uncertainties, with the future 
being one big question mark. 




Anybody's match 



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DmmM Mmsmm •! Cox High School trios for a rovoreal agihist Komptvlllo't Mm Uwarit h tho lO S pou nd dots iwh« 
tho Cox-KomptvUlo wrostihig Match Saturday night. Edwards wont on to whi by a 13^ decision. Tho Cox tOMH 
ahoad hi tho fhial analysis, howovor, whinbig 3140 ovor KompsviHo. Tho flnai rogiriar season Matdi ioft Cox 
rocofd. KoMpsviHo flnishod at 8-2. 



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Basketball 

Friday Kempsville at Bayside 
Feb. 9 Princess Anne at Cox 
first Colonial at Keliam 

Monday Keliam at LakeTayloF— 
Feb. 12 Kempsville at Granby 



Wednesday 
Feb. 14 



WrastHng 



Kempsville at Great Bridge 



-^Tuesday Bayside at Maury — 

Feb. 1 3 Lake Taylor at Princess Anne 



Friday and Saturday 

Feb.9andl0 

3eacin5istrict Toui-namenf afTCeHanT 



Two million geese die yearly from lead 
poisoning; steel shot enforced in Virginia 



The Interior 

Deparinirtil's U.S. Hsh 
and Wildlil'c Service 
prt)poscd zones recently 
where waterfowl hunters 
would be required to use 
nontoxic steel shot during 
the 1979 fall hunting 
season. 

The Department also 
published a final 
regulation which requires 
that steel shot be used in 
all gauges of guns in steel 
shot zones beginning in 
the fall of 1980. 
Waterfowl hunters will be 
required to use steel shot 
only in 12-gauge guns 
when hunting in the zones 
during the 1979 fall 
hunting season. 

The purpose of 
requiring waterfowl 
hunters to use steel shot is 
to reduce the incidence of 
lead " poisoning in 
waterfowl, About 2 
million waterfowl die of 
lead poisoning in the 
United States annually 
after eating spent lead 
shot, which the birds 
mistake for seeds or grit. 
SiccI shut Ik not toxic to 
waterfowl. 

A proposed regulation 
describing 1979 steel shot 
zones and a Hnal rule 
making on the use of 
various gauges of steel 
shot were published in the 
January 12, 1979 
FEDERAL REGISTER. 
The pj:oposed 1979 steel 
shot zones are almost 
identical to 1978 zones 
except for changes in 
Florida, Michigan, 
Connecticut, New York 
and New Jersey. The 



proposals would affect 
parts of 32 states, 
including areas where steel 
shot regulations were not 
enforced in 1978 as a 
result of legislation passed 
by Congress (hat 
prohibited the Interior 
Department from 
enforcing steel shot 
regulations in any state 
unless the state fish and 
wildlife agency approved. 
Twenty-five states 
approved enforcement of 
steel shot regulations; 13 
states did not approve 
enforcement in part or all 
of the areas designated as 
steel shot zones. The 
restriction on enforcement 
of steel shot regulations 
will expire September 30, 
1979, unless renewed by 
Congress. 

Detailed descriptions of 
the designated steel shot 
zones for 1979 will be 
listed in press releases to 
be issued by the six Fish 
and Wildlife Service 



regional offices. No 
changes are proposed for 
the Virginia steel shot 
zones, which include the 
city of Va. Beach and the 
area between U.S. 60 and 
Stale Route S oa the 
James River Peninsula. 
Steel shot will again be 
required in these zones of 
the Atlantic Flyway 
during 1979. Also the 
Mississippi Flyway, the 
Central Flyway and the 
Pacific Flyway. 

Public comments on the 
proposals should be 
submitted by February 12, 
1979, to the Director 
(FWS/MBMO), U.S. Fish 
and Wildlife Service, 
Department of the 
Interior, Washington, 
D.C. 20240. 

Under the final 
rulemaking on use of 
various gauges of steel 
shot, waterfowl hunters 



will not be permitted to 
posseci il'gauge 
shotshells loaded with 
toxic (lead) shot while 
taking waterfowl in a 
steel-shot zone during the 
1979 season. Hunters 
using other gauges will be 
permitted to use toxic shot 
until September 1, 19M, 
when the use of all gauges 
of toxic shot will be 
prohibited in steel shot 
zones. 

The service had 
previously proposed to 
end the use of all gauges 
of toxic shot in steel shot 
zones beginning Sept. 1. 
1979. This regulation has 
now been delayed for one 
year because the 
aforementioned net ion by 
Congress created 
uncertainly regarding 
demand for shotshells 
loaded with either toxic or 
nontoxic shot . 



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Princess Anne and Cox prepared for Friday's 
regular season show-down with victories last 
weekend. 

Bayside fell to the falcons 62-33 in a rough 
physical battle, while the Cavaliers were disposing 
of First Colonial 61 -S6 behind Thad Miles' strong 
inside play. 

Meanwhile, Keliam crept back into the playoff 
picture with their upset 71-68 . victory over 
Kempsville's Mike E)owns - less Chiefs. 



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Cox 

P.A. 

Kemptvillc 

Bayside 

Kellain 

F.C. 

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Christian (KeUam) 
Downs (Kempsvilte) 
M.Williams (P. A.) 
Henry (Bayside) 
Goffigan (Cox) 
Davidson (Cox) 
Miles (P.A.) 
Creekmore(F.C.) 
F. Gilchrist (Kemps.) 
Saunders (F.C.) 
C. Oikhrist (Kemps.) 



District 

7-1 

6-2 

5-3 

3-5 

2-6 

1-7 



Games 

15 

12 

16 

IS 

17 

17 

16 

14 

13 

14 

13 



Total 

408 

267 

301 

275 

264 

260 , 

229 

175 

158 

148 

133 



Overall 

12-5 

11-5 

7-6 

5-11 

2-13 

3-12 



Avg. 

27.2 

22.2 

18.8 

18.3 

15.5 

15.3 

14.3 

12.5 

12.2 

10.6 



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Cox . 
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65.5 
61.4 
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59.8 
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Kemps. 

B-side 

Keliam 



Pts. Allowed 

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60.7 

64.5 

66.9 

68.3 

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Wednesdai', February 14, 1979 



^Itl iO 1979 
One Section - 15 cents 



Looking Into the future 



Beach teachers get 'apple' 
that's really a computer 



ByPAMVANDEVEER 

Vli»W«»«»clitwiMH«r 



Just as today's students are tomorrow's 
leaders, today's computers are 
tomorrow's household "appliances" says 
Alex Hay of Home Computer Center in 
Virginia Beach. If such an observation is 
true, then it might be a good idea to get 
today's kids and computers acquainted. 
Tire Virginia Beach Public School 
System's sixth grade Gifted Program is 
doing exactly that. 

"Introduction to Computer Science" is 
the name of the unit being taught since 
January to "gifted" sixth graders in 
Virginia Beach who spend one day a week 
on the subject at Thalia Elementary 
School. Patty Terry and Lillian Gilbert 
are team-teaching the course. 

"The students are learning the needs 
and uses of computers," explains Miss 
Terry. "They're realizing that there's no 
reason to be afraid of computers. And 
they're learning how to write programs." 

Last Friday's class was an example in 
action. Hay brought the "Apple 11" 
computer to class for a demonstration. 
Later students worked on their own 
programs as a group and individually. 

"The kids are able to read computer 

cardsy'- Mtss'^Terry points out. "Soon 

they'll take a trip to Old Dominion 

University and use its time-sharing 

computer system. They'll also visit 

Virginia National Bank and see how a 

• large computer works. 

j , "Their final project will be to design a 

future house that uses all kinds of 

computers," she adds. 

^ast Friday's cidss focused on some of 

the lighter applications of computers, 

however. Blackbo|irds s^ted figyres for 

lent imm'**mrf' frg^i^frerWpuM ^ 

by pocket calculators, of course). Turned 
upiide-down, the numerical answers 
appeared ^ lo spdl words, solving the 
riddles 6f the story problems. For 
example, the number 5508, when turned 
upside-down, appears to spell the word 
"Boss." 

But it was the "Apple 11" that stole the 
show, spurring a display of logical 
thinking and creativity on the part of the 
students that pleased their teachers. 



Hay's demonstration of the computer 
featured a showing of some of the 
grapljics programs stored in the machine's 
memory. Appearing over a television - 
like screen, one program pictured a fine 
drawing of a room containing a television 
set that depected a tiny stick-figure 
dancing a jig to the tune of "Turkey In 
the Straw." The kids were delighted. 

Another program turned the computer 
into a sort of electronic "Etch-a-sketch" 
complete with sound and color. Other 
programs pictured series of kalidescope 
designs flashing on the screen in random 
colors. 

Following each program students 
requested to see the text, or "computer 
instructions" that determined the 
graphics. The students then took a simple 
program and turned it into a more 
elaborate one of their own design. Their 
final colorful creation was dubbed 
"Friday's Fantastic Figure" and stored in 
the computer's memory under that name. 

"The students have picked all of this up 
so fast," exclaims Miss Terry. Hay 
agrees, adding- that he thinks thfe 
computer course is a g^jed subject for 
youngsters to learn. r 

"Ten years frorq, now everyone will 
have a computer tn their home," he 
predicts. And the "Apple 11" is a likely 
model he suggests. 

"A computer of this typ^ could operate 




Computer kU """"■■ — 

John Wood, age 11, of Kompsvillo Elemontary School takes part in tN computer science course tau^t to students his 
age through the Virginia Beach hiblic School System's Gifted Program. Here he programs the "Apple H" computer as Ms 
ctansmatesmd Alex llqrof the Home<^mpiiter Center in Vkghda Beach hwk on. _=_=__^™__„„ 

General Assentbbf summary . ' ' . : • - " • - 



Little Theatre 
seta audHlona 

Little Theatre of 
Virginia Beach will 
hold auditions on 
Sunday, Feb. 18 at 
7:30 p.m. in the 
theatre for a special 
one-time performance 
of the musical 
comedy, "The Old 
Lady Shows Her 
Medals." The 
performance date is 
Saturday, March 17, 
at the Little Theatre. 
Director is Henry 
Clarke. 

Female singing 
roles are for four 
mature women with 
middle-range voices. 
There- is also a singing 
role for a young male 
with baritone or 
higher-rand voice, 
and a speaking role 
for a male, playing 
the part of a minister. 
Those auditioning for 
singing rotes are asked 
tO' bring a musical 
selection. An 

accompanist will be 
provided. •—- — — 



Council support falls short on coastal legislation 



your home. It could regulate your air 
conditioning or heating or your lights," 
he explains. And for a cost of about $1300 
it can be hooked up to your television 
screen. 

Hay admits that he is anxious to own a 
computer of his own. "One reason I'm 
-W^Jk.^g in this field now is to \t9imj^ 
muoi aBoutcomputer capabilities as I can 
so I'll know which one is best to buy for 
myself," he chuckles. 

And there is no time like the present to 
begin computer education programs like 
the one at Thalia Elementary, he agrees. 
"Let's face it," he says seriously, 
"computers are becoming increasingly 
important. Programming them is sort of 
like learning another language. And those 
who know how to do it will be the ones 
who are running things in the future." 




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Virginia Beach City 
Council still falls short of 
unanimous support of 
proposed coastal 
protection legislation 
'which will be the subject 
of a public hearing ii).,, 
.^^^hmond Frtd«j£ at 9- 
a.m. Nine members of 
Couneif Monday 
afternoon voted to 
support an amended 
version of Senate Bill 403, 
the Coastal Resources 
Management Act, which 
has passed the Senate and 
is now in the House 
Committee of 

Conservation and Natural 
Resources. 

Despite the appeal from 
Councilman Reid Ervin 
for unanimous support of 
the legislation, two 
members again abstained 
from voting because of 
insufficient time to study 
the proposal. An earlier 
version of the bill won the 
backing of six council 
members with five 
abstaining. 

Councilmen George T. 
Ferrell and R.L. Riggs 
abstained Monday 
afternoon. 

Included in the current 
version of the bill is a 
provision for payment of 
compensation for 
property where the owner 
has been deprived of the 
reasonable economic use 
of his property. The 
compensation would be 
paid by " the 

Commonwealth. 

The bill in general is an 
expansion of the Wetlands 
Act to include dunes. 
Removed from the bill are 
"fastlands," the area 
beyond the dunes 
landward. The inclusion 
of this area crafted most 
of the opposition to the 
original bill. 

City Manager George 
L. Hanbury, in 
summarizing actions of 
the 1979 General 
Assembly, reported that 
of the eight bills which the 
council asked legislators 
to Introduce, only two 
faiM to win a jsponsor 
among Virginia Beach 
legislators. They were 
recommendations that: 

1 . The General 
Assembly should amend 
The Code to allow local 



city charters to prevail in 
areas where the State 
Grievance Procedure and 
City Charter provisions 
conflict. 

2. Legislation allow 

JocalitiOito improse a tax 

On ' coin-operated 

amusement machines on a 

per-machine basis. 

Hanbury said the city 
was still opposed to Senate 
Bill 804, the Boards of 
Zoning Appeals, which 
has passed the Senate and 
is in the House Committee 



on Counties, Cities and 
Towns. The bill would 
weaken the board, 
Hanbury said. 

H.B. 1943, introduced 
by Delegate Owen Pickett, 
transfers aU of Camp 
Pendleton except 
approximately 259 acres 
of the main base from the 
Department of Military 
Affairs lo the Division of 
State Parks. The bill has 
passed the House and is 
now in the Senate Courts 



of Justice Committee. 

A bill introduced by 
Senator Joseph Canada, 
which would exempt 
municipally-owned pro- 
perty from Sunday tlosing 
laws, passed the Senate 
aad is in the House 
Committee on General 
Laws. 

A bill introduced by 
Canada which would 
allow localities to collect 
certain taxes through the 
use of credit cards has 
passed the Senate and is in 



the House 
Committee. 



Finance 



Another bill introduced 
by Delegate Tom Moss of 
Norfolk and amended by 
Delegate Glenn McClanan 
of- Vh-ginia Beach would 
allow breweries or 
distillers to sponsor 
professional athletic 
events and to use their 
name in connection with 
advertising for the event. 
This bill passed the House 
82-7. 



Controversial rezoning requests approved, 
Lynnhaven residents voice opposition 



ByLEECAHILL 

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Two highly controversial rezoning requests in 
Lynnhaven squeaked through Virginia Beach City 
Council Monday afternoon with identical votes of 6-5. 
A third application sailed through with a vote of 10-1. 
Delegations, mostly opposing the petitions for rezoning, 
accounted for a major part of the crowd that 
overflowed into the aisles of Council Chambers. 

Councilman Reid Ervin, who voted against all three 
petitions, remarked that it was a "mystery that 
members of this council who don't even live in 
Lynnhaven can be so free with rezoning Lynnhaven 
which will cause problems. It doesn't make sense." 

Vice Mayor J. Henry McCoy Jr., who represents the 
Kemspville Borough, said that "Ervin's remarks were 
aimed at me. As long as we have a borough system we 
will have this sort of thing." 

In two applications, Dean S. Potter, Gordon R. 
Potter and John Ray Potter were granted their requests 
for a change pf zoning from R-4 Residential District to 
A-2 Apartment District on a four-acre parcel by a 10-1 
vote, and from R-5 Residential District to A-2 
Apartment District on a 25.302 acre parcel by a 6-5 
vote. The sites are located west of First Colonial Road, 
between Old Donation Parkway and Wildwood Drive, 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

Approval by a 6-5 vote also was granted Henry Clay 
Hofheimer U, Edward D. Hofheimer and Marie E. 



Inside 
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Business and 

real estate 6-7 

ClassiHed 14-15 

Commentary .4 

Happenings 2-3 

Ugal nollcn S-12 

Military npdale 13 

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Sports 16-17 

Things to do 2 

Ynln^ay's Sun ....... 4 

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Mansbach for a change 
from R-1 Residential 
District to R-3 Residential 
District on an .80.533-acre 
parcel on the east side of 
Harris Road north of 
Little Neck Road. 

In both 6-5 votes, irt 
favor of the applications 
were Councilmen John A. 
Baum, George R. Ferrell, 
Clarence A. Holland and 
J. Curtis Payne, vice 
mayor J. Henry McCoy 
Jr. and Mayor Patrick L. 
Standing. Voting against 
the applications were 
Councilman Ervin, 
Donald S. Merrick and 



R.L. Riggs, and Councilwomen Barbara Henley and 
Meycra Obcrdorf. 

Attorney Grover Wright, representing the Potters, 
explained that it was the seventh public hearing oh the 
Potter applications. Both the Planning Commission and 
planning staff have twice recommended approval, he 
said. The matter was referred back to the Planning 
Commission following a 5-4 decision of council on a 
motion for approval. Wright had sought rehearing on 
the basis that there was no vote on denial of the 
applications, and that only a partial council was 
present. 

Wright maintained that the Great Neck Development 
Plan recommends apartment use for the property with 
12 to 24 units per acre. Although the new zoning allows 
527 units, the applicants voluntarily have restricted 

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Beach sees hope for 
tai^et area improvements 

ByLEECAHILL 

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Residents of lower income (target) areas of Virginia 
Beach can see a ray of light in remarks made Monday 
afternoon by City Manager George L. Hanbury. 
Hanbury was optimistic about passage of legislation in 
the 1979 General Assembly which will permit the city to 
deal directly with a non-profit corporation. For target 
area residents, this means that long-awaited sewer, 
water and drainage projects have a chance of seeing 
completion. 

The legislation being considered will in effect 
eliminate, the necessity of going through the Virginia 
Housing and Development Authority (VHDA) for 
Community Development Fund appropriations. 
Savings will result in time and in money which at present 
has to be paid to the VHDA for servicing. The city 
would be permitted to deal directly with the Virginia 
Beach Community Development Corporation which 
was set up specifically as an agency to disperse 
Community Development funds in the absence of a 
Redevelopment and Housing Authority in the city. 

Hanbury .said the city has also requbsted that the 

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2 VIRGINIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 14. 1979 

rVlfglnla Beach- 
happenings 



AuiKthns open for comedy 
'The Madwoihan of Challlot' 

The Performing Arts Unit of the Virginia Beach 
Department of Parks and Recreation will hold 
open auditions for Jean Giraudoux's delightful 
comedy, "The Madwoman of Chaillot." There 
are 25 male roles and IS female roles available. 
The play's ingenue will require an actress who has 
had some dance or ballet experience. Also needed 
is an actor who can sing and play the guitar. All of 
the parts are heavy character roles. The play takes 
place in Paris during the early 40's before World 
Warn. 

Auditions will be held Feb. 16 from 7 to 10 p.m. 
and Feb. l7from I to 5 p.m. in the Virginia Beach 
Recreation Center Theatre, 800 Monmouth Lane. 
Rehearsals are scheduled to begin Feb. 27 at 7 
p.m. All rehearsals will be held in the evenings and 
on weekends. The production is scheduled to open 
April 25 and run through May 6. 

In addition to actors and actresses, the 
Performing Arts Unit will be looking for technical 
people with experience in props, stage managing, 
costuming, sets, lighting, and general all around 
backstage assistance. For more information, call 
Henry deShields at 499-1281 . 



Farmers sponsor exMbIt 
at Pembroke MaU 

The Virgina Beach Farm Bureau Young Farmer 
Committee will sponsor an agriculture exhibit 
throughout the Pembroke Mall area Feb. 15, 16, 
and 17. Special features will include live animals, 
grain products and some of the largest and most 
advanced farm equipment on the east coast. 



Breakfast meeting set Sat 

fhe Virginia Beach Chapter of Full Gospel 
Businessmen'^ Fellowship International will meet 
Feb. 17, at 9 a.m. at the White Heron Motel, 1284 
Laskin Road. Speaker will be Robin Ferris. 
Breakfast is $3. For reservations call 497-9265, 
499-0697 or 48 1-7070. 



Parents without Partners^ 

hosts February dance 

Virginia Beach Chapter 216 Parents Without 
Partners will host a Washington's Birthday dance 
on Sunday, Feb. 18, for all Tidewater Parents 
Without Partners members, featuring the music of 
the "Benny Gould" Band. 

This dance was originally scheduled to be held 
at Little Creek, but will now be held in the Pink 
Elephant room at the N.A.S.C.P.O. Club, Patters 
Rd., Oceana. Dancing will be from 8:30 to 11:30. 
There wilhbe snacks and door prizes. 

Perspective members, 45-day card members and 
P.W.P. re-marrieds are invited to attend. Fare 
more information or directions call 340-7293, 427- 
6345 or 340-2462. 



Assoclathn of Office Personnel 
meets at Kempsvllle H.S. 

The Virginia Beach Association of Office 
Personnel will meet on Feb. 15 at Kempsville High 
School. A pot luck dinner will be served at 6 p.m. 



Fashion and finance are 
topics of free seminar 

"Financial Freedom, Taking The First Step," a 
free seminar on money management for women, 
will be held by Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & 
Smith, Inc. and Miller & Rhoads, Feb. 20, at 2 
p.m. and again at 7. p.m. at the Hilton Inn, 
Virginia Beach, with the help of women's clubs in 
the Tidewater area. Merrill Lynch account 
executives will tell women how to become 
informed, how to feel comfortable about making 
fmancial decisions and how to use financial 
services. 

The fashion portion of the program will feature 
Miller & Rhoads showing of the latest spring and 
summer looks. The commentary will focus on 
Spring Designer clothes for the businesswoman. 
Admission to the seminar is free, but reservations 
are requested. They can be made by calling Merrill 
Lynch at 446-4000. 



: Historical society meets Thur, 

t The Norfolk District Historical Society of The 

; United Methodist Church will meet for dinner at 

- 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 22. at First United 

r Methodist Church, 3031 Luxembourg Ave., 

Norfolk. Dr. Robert L. Curry, pastor of St. 

George's United Methodist Church in 

Philadelphia, Penn., will speak on "Si. George's 

and its place in Methodist History." Persons 

planning to attend should phone the church office 

at 625-4297 Thursday, Feb. 15. 




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"Oliver!," the musical venioii of tin ClurlM DickMS 
elastic tale, "Olivar Twist," opms Friday, Fab. 16 at TIm 
Uttla Theatre of Virginia Beacli. Featured in tiM siiow and 
pictured here is Will Simonson as Fagin, the Minic vittan. 
Evenhig performances are at 8:30 p.m. on Friday and 
Saturday nights, Feb. 16 and 17, Feb. 23 and 24, and 
March 2 and 3. Sunday matinees on Feb. 18 and 25 are at 
3 p.m. Tickets are $4.25 for adults and $2.50 for 
students. For reservations, cali the tiwatra box office at 
428-9523. Uttie Theatre of Vhihiia Beach Is hicated at 
14tii Street and Barikerton Drive. 



Dog club interest rises 
tfirough classified ad 



Carol McChcsney ot 
Norfolk agrees thai 
Virginia Beach 

Sun/Chcsapeakc Posi 
classiricti ads brini; 
results. When she leeenilv 
ran a classified ad lo spark 
iniercsi in a local white 
(ierman Shepherd Dop 
Club, she recei\ed a 
number of calls, including 
one Iroin a veternarian. 

Ms. McChcsney was 
parliciiiarly pleased wiili 
the service she received in 
placing her ad. 

"The classified 
departniciil gave helplii! 
advice aiul guidance. Ihey 
took linie to inukrsiand 
and (lied to help." she 
said. "My ad was given 
care and consideration, and 
the prices arc reasonable. 
This paper is one ol a 
kind!" 

When you have 
something to sell, place a 
classified ad in the 
Virginia B e a c h 



•"Au grattn" corals from 

the French word for 
"scratch." The culinary 
term refers to the golden 
brown crust formed on the 
surface of a soup or 
casserole topped^ with 
either grated cheese or 
bread crumbs and butter 
and cooked in the oven or 
under the broiler. 



Sun/Chesapeake Post lor 
quick lesiilis. Call Sondra 
Creeral 481-3477 lo place 
vourad lodas. 



CMIdren's concert will feature popular tunes 



A children's concert performed by the Virginia Beach 
Pops Symphony under the direction of Walter Noona 
will be held Monday. Feb. 19, at the Virginia Beach 
Dome. Admission is free. Tickets may be obtained 
through the Dome. The concert is sponsored in part by 
the Arts and Humanities Commission. The American 
Association of University Women, Virginia Beach 
Branch, will supervise. 

The program .will open with "Holiday Festival 
Overture" by Dimitri Shostakovich. Shostakovich is 
considered to be the most important contemporary 
musician of the Soviet Union. He received the highest 
achievement award from the Soviet Union in (he field of 
Arts and Sciences. His "Festival Overture" received its 
American premiere by the Utah Symphony under the 
direction of Maurice Abravanel on November 16, 1965. 



"Manilow Magic" by Barry IVIanilow, arranged by 
Ray Mafloney, showcases a varied sampling of 
Maniiow's appealing tunes such as "I Write The 
Songs". "Could It Be Magic", "Daybreak", "Tryin* 
To Get the Feeling Again", and "Copacabana". 

"Tubby the Tuba" tells the story of Tubby, a fat. 
friendly, young tuba who loves beautiful things. But he 
is very slow and awkward. Tubby is a member of a large 
symphony orchestra in which all the other instruments, 
big and little, have lovely tunes to play. All, tliat is, but 
Tubby. The other instruments either laugh at Tubby or 
become very angry with him when he attempts to play a 
melody all of his own . 

"Children's Guide to T.V." will feature a series of 
tunes (sing along) of familiar tunes from commercials. 

The concert will end with music from "Star Wars." 



Things to do this week In Virginia Beach 



Speclal evrnits 



Dance 



Ibonm Tu LcctiK. Presented 7:30 p.m. Hiursday in the Great 
Neck branch library, 1251 Bayne E>rive, Virginia Beach. Free and 
opai to the public. Details at 481-6094. 

Art 

Fabric Haagiap awl Soft Scdptare by Lyia Sward. On view at the 
Oceanfront branch library, 1811 Arctic Ave., Virginia Beach. Hours: 
9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., through Thursday and 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday 
and Saturday. Show ends Saturday. , 

Woriu by WayM Fakhcr. Exhibit of watercolors, oils and acrylics 
of the Outer Banks at the Harold Decker Pinewood Square Gallery, 
304 Pinewood Road, Virginia Beach. Hours: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Tuesday through Saturday. Continuing through March 6. 

Woriu by Lcc Brady, Janes Weaver and G.E. dsea. Exhibit at the 
Virginia Beach Arts Center, 1711 Arctic Ave. Details at 428-9294. 
Continuing through Feb. 28. ^ ' 

"New PriaU 79." Exhibit of new works by Virginia and nationally 
known artists at the Harold Dnker Haygood Gallery, 103S 
Independence Blvd., Virginia Beach. Hours: 10 a.m. to S p.m. 
Tuesday through Saturday. Continuing through Feb. 28. 



Faayiy FoNi Daacc. Itance instruction 7:30 p.m. the second and 
fourth Friday of each month at the Virginia Beach Recreation O 
800 Monmouth Lanf. German, Russian, Yugoslavian <md pthe? 
international folk dances taught by Janet Litchfleld. Free. Details at 
499-1281. 



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Music- 



Pops Symphony Coaccrt. Performance 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 18, in 
the Virginia Beach Dome, 19th Street and Pacific Avenue. Tickets: $S. 
adults, $2 students and senior citizens. 

DcHa Rccic. ,Performing shows 8:30 and 10:30 p.m. Thursday 
through Saturday at the White Heron Motel, Virginia Beach. Details 
at 428-811 1. 



Iiteraaliouy Folk Daadag Qub. Dances from European and 
Mediterranean countries, featuring Balkan and Israeli dances, 
presented Fridays (7:30 to 9 p.m. for beginners and 9 to 1 1 p.m. for 
advanced) atahe United ^ethodist Church, 19th Street and Pacific 
Avenue, Virginia Beach. Donations. Details at 428-6900 or 486-7349. 

ForkMs 

"How Hot if ■ DragoaT", "Happy Owb," "Billy the KM" awl 
"The Big UghdMMtc ami tkc Uttic Stcanihip." Movies, II a.m. 
Saturday at the Oceanfront branch library, 1811 Arctic Ave., Virginia 
Beach. ' 

"RabWI HBI.'' Mpvie, II a'.m. Saturday at the Windsor Woods 
branch library, 3612 S. ^laza Trail, Virginia Beach. 

At tilt movies 



layae, l«tli Street and Attaalic Aveaae. "Hard Core" (R). 
Beach, 25th SiiMf aad AUaidc Avmiiic. "Ice Castles" (PG). 



Theatre 



HHItop, Fint Coloaial Road. "The Bermuda Triangle" (G), 
"Superman" (PG). 

TIm Movica, Pcnbrokc Meadows Shopplag Ceater. "Halloween" 

(R),"WatershipDown"(PO). ■'^ 

_ PcBibrokc, Peabroiu Mril. "California SuUe" (PG), "SarorTin 
Next Year" (PG). 



"OUvcrl" Musical version of the Charles Dickens classic "Oliver 
Twist" opens 8:30 p.m. Friday in the Little Theater of Virginia Beacji,^ 
24th Street and" Biirberton Drive. Additionalperibrmances: 8:30 p.in. 
Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 18. Tickets: S4.25 adults and $2.30 
for students. Details and reservations at 428-9523. Continuing 
through M^rch 3. 

"Cabin In the Sky." Musical comedy by Lyn RoU at the Tidewater 
Dinner Theatre, 4270 Northampton Blvd., Norfolk. Hours: Tuesday 
through Friday— cocktails at 6 p.m., dinner at 7, show at 8:20. 
Saturday— cocktails at 4:30 p.m., dinner at 3, curtain at 6:13 (early 
show); cocktails at 8:43, dinner at 9, curtain at 10:13 (late show). 
Sunday— cocktails at 4:30 p.m., dinner at S, curtain at 6:15. Tickets: 
S13.90 Tuesday through Thursday, SI3.73 Friday through Sunday; 
group rates available. Details at 461-2933. Continuing through March 
4. 



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"The Three Maskctecn." Adventure film showing 2 p.m. Saturday 
and Sunday, Feb. 18. 



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r^irglnia Beach- 
happenings 



Course discusses tax problems 
et small businesses 

The Distributive Education Section of the 
Virginia Beach city public schools will present a 15 
hour clinic on Tax Aspects of Small Business on 
Wednesday, Feb. 21, 28. and March 7, 14, 21. All 
classes will be held from 7 to 10 p.m., room 506, 
Princess Anne High School. Cost is $20. For more 
information call 427-4856. 



0,£. presents tax course 

The Distributive Education Section of the 
Virginia Beach city public schools will present an 
18 hour course on Federal Income Taxation II on 
Thursday, Feb. 22, and March 1, 8. 15, 22, 29. All 
classes will be held from 7 to 10 p.m., room 509, 
Princess Anne High School. Cost is $20. For 
information call 427-4856. 



Forum scheduled to discuss 
"The Alcoholic Woman" 

An Eduactional forum, "The Alcoholic 
Woman and Her Treatment Needs", will be held 
on Thursday, Feb. 15 at 7:30 in the cafeteria of 
Tidewater Psychiatric Institute located at 1701 
Will-o-Wisp Drive in Virginia Beach- 

The program is sponsored by the New Hope 
Home of Women, Inc., and will include film and 
panel discussion. The panel members represent a 
variety of professional and personal experiences . 
on the subject. Admission is free. 



Unlisted Mffves plan dinner 

VF-84 Enlisted Wives will hold a Potluck 
Dinner on Feb. 21; at 6:30 p.m. For information 
contact Nin a Ewaldt at 428-3463. 



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kona Lw^e plans active weekend 

Sons of Italy of Roma Lodge #254 are planning 
a pool tournament beginning Friday. Feb. 16 and 
Saturday, Feb. 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the club house, 
3097 Magic Hollow Boulevard, Virginia Beach. 
Members and guests 18 years and over are invited 
to enter the tournament. Entrance fee is $3. If 
interested call Charles Ta ylor 499-5526, or Roma 
Lodge 468-20 29: — - 

The group is also planning a "Family Sunday in 
Italy" on Sunday. Feb. 14 at 3 p.m. at the club 
house. Bill Mcintosh of Mcintosh Studios will 
present slides of Italy with commentary. 
Admission is free. Members and guests are 
welcome to attend. 



Business women sponsor 
Sweetheart Dinner - Dance 

The Queen Neptune Chapter of American 
Business Women's Association is sponsoring a 
Sweetheart Dinner - Dance at 7 p.m. on Saturday, 
Feb. 24 at Fort Story Officer's Club. Bill Morris 
and Orchestra will provide the dinner - dance 
music. 

Tickets are $10 per person and may be 
purchased from any member of the Queen 
Neptune Chapter or at Betty Jewell's Gift Shop, 
BeLo Shopping Center, Shore Drive and Great 
Neck Road, phone. 481-3815. All proceeds go to 
the group's annual scholarship awards fund. 



Harieqiiln thmneio highlight 
Alliance Franeaise dinner-dance 

Life-size dancing harlequin figures in spring shades of 
green and white will dominate the scene at the Alliance 
Franeaise dinner dance at the old Cavalier Hotel 
ballroom in Virginia Beach the evening of March 3. So 
that guests may participate in the light-hearted theme, 
harlequin masks in green or white will be presented to 
each person at the party. Table favors for every guest, 
offered by costume student Alliance members, will 
emphasize the same harlequin colors. 

Festivities will begin with a cocktail hour at 7 p.m., 
during which the local Alliance chapter will also serve 
dulKJnnet to its guests. The cocktail time will be 
enlivped with a strolling French guitarist-singer who 
will feature favorite French songs, both vintage and the 
latest hits. A French-oriented dinner with wine will be 
1 served at 8 p.m. with dinner music by "The Shadows" 
orchestra who will also play for dancing from 9 p.m. to 
i a.m. The guitarist will entertain at intermissions and 
at presentations of special door prizes throughout the 

evoiinf. 

Chairman of the event is Mrs. Paul Gerblick. She will 
be assisted by Mrs. Frank Ritter in charge of 
(tecorations, Mrs. James Wilson, reservations; Mrs. 
Antoinetta Linsley. cleriail; and Mrs. Alvin Lanese, 
door prizes. 

Invitations for ticket subscrifHions at $22 per person 
($12 tax deductible), reservations for group seating or 
furth«- information can'tw obtained by calling 622- 
9155. 




Crown Prince 

Michasl Peikay, dancer with the Tidewater Ballet Association, has been selected to 
dance the role of the Crown Prince in the Thelma Olaito Youth Ballet's production of 
Tsar Zartan. The ballet is to have its world premiere at the Hopewell Women's Club in 
honor of Princess Irene of Russia. Christin Parks, director of Thelma Olako Youth 
Ballet, has commissioned the choreography from Gene Hammett, artistic director of 
the Tidewater Ballet Association. Michael Pelkey is a model with Glamour, LTD. and 
has studied dance for two and a half years. 



Musical comedy begins 
run at dinner theatre 

"Cabin In the Sky" opened Feb. 13 at the Tidewater 
Dinner Theatre and will run through March 4. The play 
is being given its first stage production anywhere since 
its off Broadway revival in 1964 by Arthur Whitelaw. 

Originally produced on Broadway in 1940, the 
musical comedy fantasy was written by Lyn Root with 
lyrics by John LaTouche and music by Vernon Duke. It 
was subsequently made into a movie with Ethel Waters 
from the Broadway cast repeating her role, and a cast 
which included Lena Home. 

The film did not use much of Vernon Duke's superb 
music, many of which songs have become standards, 
including "Taking a Chance oh Love," "Do What You 
Want To Do," "Love Me Tomorrow," "Wade In The 
Water" (made a jazz hit by Ramsey Lewis), 
"Savannah," "Honey fn The Honeycomb", and others. 

Marti McGaw has assumed directorial responsibilities 
for the Tidewater production wiiJi Chris Kypros as 
musical director and Hugh Cbpdanc^as choreographer. 

Debra Lusk-Barnes will perform tpe role of Petunia, 
created by Ethel Waters and Red Wiggins will portray 
her husband, Little Joe. Femme Fatale, Georgia Brown 
is played by June Webb with Kenneth Stewart as Lucifer 
Junior and Tony Pellerin as The Lord's General. The 
rest of the company is made up of actors and singers 
whp have appeared on the Tidewater Dinner Theatre 
stage previously. 

The story is basically that of Good versus Evil. There 
is whimsy, fantasy, laughter and tears; song and dance. 
It is a true musical of the 40's. As the curtain opens, 
Little Joe is on his deathbed, a ne'er do-well, a gambler 
shot by one of his crones. Emmissaries from both 
heaven and hell wait for his soul, having a minor tiff 
about who indeed will get Little Joe. 

As it happens, the Lord has mercy because Petunia, 
Little Joe's long suffering wife, is so good as to almost 
be a saint. He is given six months more on earth to 
reform. The catch is, when he awakens, he will not 
remember having been dead, nor will he know^whm 
challenge lies ahead. Lucifer Junior, a petulant child 
will tempt him with everything he can; the biggest 
temptation being Georgia Brown. 

The Tidewater Dinner Theatre is located at 627Q 
Northampton Blvd. Call 461-2933 for information and 
reservations. 



Taxfcab 
ordinances! 

studied 



The City of Virgini^ 
Beach will ask the City oiF 
Norfolk to rescin^ 
ordinances that prevent {i 
Virginia Beach-basecl 
taxicab from picking up a 
fare at the Norfoij: 
International Airport anS 
permits the "doubling 
up" of a fare for 8 
passenger being taken into 
the City of Virignia 
Beach.* : 

City Council Monday 
afternoon approved thf 
resolution which City 
Manager George L; 
Hanbury said places art 
unfair hardship oii 
Virginia Beach-based 
taxicab companies. ; 



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It's a good practice to 
flush all drains with lots of 
hot water after every use. 
This helps keep them free 
of grease and keeps clean 
water in the S-shaped pipe 
under the sink. To clear 



sluggish drains, try 
pouring a quart pf hot, 
soapy water down, the 
drain, followed by plenty 
of hot tap water. If 
everything else fails, use a 
"plumber's helper." 



WHAT'S 
t&REAT 
AFTER 

CHURCH? 

BAGEL WORKS 

608 First Colonial Rd. 
428-1400 



In Windsor Woods... 
Piaza.-.Green Run 



THE CATHOLIC PARISH 
OFTHEHOLTSPmrr 



Masses: 

7 p.111. Satv 9:30 & 11 a.m. Sun. 



Telephone 468-3600 



Bayside Motors 

4747 SiwraDrivt 4644563 
CharlMC. Halt, $r. ami Staff 

Plasser American 

ManagemMt mil Personnel 

Haynes Furniture Company 

5324 VhUnia Beach Boulevard 
Fumiture-Bedding-Carpettnf 

Rosewood Memorial Park 

631 WiteMuck Road 497-8925 
CCKiriipatrkli 

Engineering Media, Inc. 

606R.UbertySiraet 
Charles Nackwortfi and Staff 

Cliarlie's Seafood Restaurant 

3139 Shore Drive 491-9863 
Mary E. Rehpelz and tm^yn 

Kellam-Eaton insurance Co. 

3111 Pacific Avenno 428-9161 

Overton's Market 

1419 Pehidoxtar Street 545^S486 
The Overteos and EaqMoym 

Mill-End Carpet Shop 

4740 VifXhiia Beach Blvd. 497-4854 
Tajrior B. Carr and Empleyees 

Furniture Siiowrooms 

828 LUttie Creek Road 

9MMy B^MR aRM UR^^fvvS 

Andy's PlumUng and Iteating 

1003 Canal Drfee4S5-500e 
$ttte4leglstered-llev and OM Wait 

Kempsville niarmacy 

52ii Prineess Amm Read ^7-3516 
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Willis Furniture 

1712 Laskin Road 428-5951 
LH. Bums and Staff 

Price's incorporated 

4580 Pembroke Hail 497-4821 
Brand Name Appliances-TV-Stereo 

Smitli Sales and Service 

460 Battlefield Blvd., N. 547-2929 
Ehraod Smith Md Employees 

Home Federal Savings 
and Loan ASSN. 

1635 Laskin Road 426-0327 
Church Accounts Welcome 

Todd Electric Company 

Henry and INoses Todd and Staff 



Preston's Pharmacy 

1401 Pohidexter Street 545-7337 
lames L MarshaN md Employees 

Chesapeake Savings and loan 

Frank N. Wood and Associates 

Southern States 
Chesapeake Assn., inc. 

1764 S. Military Highway 420-1841 
L Behnont WiNiaan and Personnel 

J.D. Miles and Sons, Inc. 

J.D. IWes, Jr. and Asto^tos 

Kellam and Eaton Inc. 
Building Supplies 

PriMMs Am» Uitien 427-3200 
Frart and DavM KeNam 

W.L "Billy" Rhodes 

1231 UHrel Avemie, l^esaperte 
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Jim 



MiKuiia Beadi^iin 



Commentary 



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egislation provides 
for safer waterways 

The week ending Feb. 9 constituted the final period 
tor both the Virginia House of Delegates and the State 
Senate to act on legislation introduced by its own 
niembership. 

"The entire legislative package of the Marine Patrols 
Study Commission, which I had the honor to chair, has 
passed the House of Delegates. House Joint Resolution 
^ encourages the Congress of the United States to 
enact legislation which would return the federal tax on 
f»el used to power motor boats to the states for boating 
r^ated programs. Enactment of such legislation would 
produce approximately $850,644 in each fiscal year for 
the Commonwealth of Virginia, to be used for marine 
related services. 

HJR 295 provides that the Virginia Marine Resources 

Commission, the Virginia Commission of Game and 

Itiand Fisheries, the United States Coast Guard, and 

the police and sheriff's departments of the counties and 

cities of Virginia are directed to improve and maintain 

hiih quality interagency and intergovernmental 

coordination, cooperation and communication as to 

marine patrols and marine safety, including the 

upgrading and interlinking of radio systems wherever 

practical. Further, HJR 295 requests the relevant state 

agencies and Virginia localities to maximize the use of 

personnel, boats and equipment that are employed or 

owned foy^ other purposes, to perform marine patrols 

ar^ marine safety activities, whenever feasible, so as to 

miiimize costs. 

finally. House Bill 1954 authorizes the Virginia 
Mirine Resources Commission to implement a marine 
-patrols dispatch system in the lower Chesapeake Bay 
an^ its tidal tributaries. At present, there is absolutely 
nojsystem of coordination designed to maximize the use 
of the hundreds of boats and personnel presently owned 
an^ employed by the various state agencies and 
localities. Our commission found a great need for 
soitieone to know the location at all times of these craft 
an<| personnel so as to provide much faster search and 
rescue assistance, and to deter people , from wrepkless 
boating. 

House Bill 1954 also provides a means by which the 
static will assist the localities with one-half the cost of 
theJr waterborne law enforcement, safety and rescue 
activities, not to exceed $10 per boat registered in the 
locality. This law will provide approxinj^tely $75,000 a 
year in additional help to Virginia Beach for water 
saf^y purposes. .-...£S^^ ^^1 ti : 
As chairman of the Marine Patrols Study 
Commission, I would like to express particular 
appreciation to State Senator Russell I. Townsend, who 
represents Chesapeake and Virginia Beach, for his help 
on the commission. 

In addition, I am especially grateful for the help and 
suggestions of Virginia Beach Councilwoman Meyera 
Oberndorf and that of Virginia Beach Police Sergeant 
Stanley Bennett who graciously appeared before the 
commission on behalf of the city. 

I certainly hope that the waterways of eastern 
Virginia will be much safer as the result of this 
legislation, at a very minimum cost to the state of 
Virginia. 

Adjournment of the Virginia legislature is scheduled 
for Feb. 24. Before that time, I would enjoy having you 
write me as follows: Delegate Glenn B. McClanan, State 
Capitol, Richmond, Virginia 23219. 




Summer scholarship 



Catfet second classman 
Edwin L Baker III of the 
Virginia Military Institute 
was recently awarded a 
scholarsMp to attend one 
of the Britisli Universities' 
Smnmer Sdiools in 1979. 
The sciMlarsliip is in tiw 
memory of Marine Corps 
Captain James Rivers 



Adams, VMIdass of 1931, 
MriM was klNed in action in 
Guam, July 21, 1944. The 
scholarship has been 
established by Elizabeth 
Adams Elliot and Davis H. 
Elliot of Roanoke. 

Present at the ceremony 
awarding tfie schobrship 



were Major fitnoral 
Richard L Irby, 
superintendent of VMI; 
Cadet Baker; Dr. Ik«wster 
Ford, the chairman of the 

scholarship committee; 
and Col. C. Ernest Ugiur, 
III, commandant of cadets 
and professor of military 



Letters — — 

Friends establish memorial 
to 'Coach' James K. Cole 

Editor, Virginia Beach Sun 

On June 13, 1978, the city of Virgtnia Beach Parks 
and Recreation Department was saddened by the 
sudden death of their "boss" and friend, James K. 
Cole, Superintendent of R ecre ation, affectionately 
known to his employees as "Coaqh". to those of us 
who began our careers under "Coach", his 
professionalism indebted us to him and instilled within 
us the desire to do our best work. 

Due to the respect so many people had for him, and 
for his untiring efforts in the promotion and 
development in the Recreation and Parks profession, 
we, his friends are establishing the James K. Cole 
Memorial Scholarship Fund and the 1st Annual James 
K. Cole Roundball Marathon Classic. 

The bas^tball marathon will be held March 9, 10 and 
I I|ii«at t|&, Virginia Beach Recreation Center. The 
totirntainiemwill consist of 128 teams, ages 13 years and 
up. Teams can be either male, female or co-ed. This 
single elimination tournament will consist of 136 games 
played continuously beginning at 7 p.m. March 9 until 9 
p.m. March 11. This will provide both spectators and 
team members with 50 action-packed hours of fun and 
competition. 

All proceeds received from the tournament will be 
placed in the James K. Cole Memorial Scholarship 
Fund. A scholarship will be awarded to a qualified 
student who is pursuing a college degree in the field of 
Recreation and Parks. The selection committee which is 
composed of prominent members in the Tidewater 
community will determine the recipient of the 
scholarship. 

Debbie Campbell 
Virginia Beach 



Banning personal use 
of campaign funds 

There's no question that it's improper for a retiring or 
defeated elected officeholder to sponsor a big fynd- 
raising dinner simply to acquire some pocket money. 
And yel they do it. They do it and defend it and 
encourage others to do it . 

As Common Cause insists, a ban on personal use of 
campaign funds would he|p win new respect for politics 
and politicians. ^ 

Legislative approval may be as difficult to come by as 
(he definition of "personal use". 

The bid for renewed public confidence in the political 
system demands that the effort be pursued. 



The Virginia jpeach Sun welcomes and encourages 
letters from its readers on topics of general interest. 

Letters should be shorr, on one side of the paper, and 
preferably type-written. 

All letters must carry the name and address of the 
writer. 



Court should enforce 
rulings, woman says 

Editor, Virginia Beach Sun 

What's wrong with the Virginia Beach judicial 
system? The court can make a ruling, but apparently it 
is unable to enforce it. 

An example: A divorce in which the court directed the 
former husband to pay child support. These payments 
were to be paid monthly to the court. In turn, the court 
was to pay the former wife. When the former husband 



doesn't pay, the court then warns him that his payments 
are delinquent. A call back to the court is necessary 
after several days to find out if the court has heard 
anything and to set a court date two weeks later if it 
hasn't. This process u sually tak es anywhere from two to 
six weeks. 

The court hearing is next. When the names are called, 
ex-husband and ex-wife go into the Juvenile Court 
judge's chambers and discuss the problem. Ex-husband 
gets his hands slapped. Ex-wife usually gets a very small 
portion of child support and leaves depressed and 
disgusted. Then she has to wait patiently for the ex- 
husband to miss his payments for a few more months 
and start the process over again. 

On occasions, the ex-husband gives the ey-wife a few 
dollars directly. When this happens, the court gets very 
upset. The ex-wife must take time off from work, drive 
to the Juvenile Court, and sign anaffidavit stating how 
much money she received. 

Eisich time the ex-wife pursues the non-sup|)(Vt>v 
pro|Slem, th^^Pf^rt th(^|il??>)ef fpr h^p«<|<ncej give/.toffl>, 
ex-husband a warning, and sends her on her way. the" 
court has made no effort to force payment and provide 
what was granted to the ex-wife three years before. 

Brenda Roughton Corbin 
Virginia Beach 

Visabillty important on wintry days 

Editor, Virginia Beach Sun: 

Having come from the New England states, I have 
driven (and flown) in some not too desirable weather 
conditions over the years. Fortunately, due to good 
driving habits and a little bit of luck at times, nothing 
major has gotten in the way. But I can't thank many 
Tidewater drivers for this record to date. 

It amazes me, and others at the Safety Center, how 
some people'tiave the gall to attempt to drive their 
vehicles in a safe manner when the windows are either 
Iced over or covered with several inches of packed snow! 
One little 12-inch opening is the only forward means of 
visibility, and nothing to the rear or side! Talk about 
your accidents waiting to happen. Well, we all have seen 
many of them over the past few "wintry" days here in 
Tidewater. Just why these "blind" drivers aren't cited 
for reckless driving is beyond me. Can't the police do 
something about this hazardous situation.? 

Joe Homer 

Naval Safety Center 

NAS Norfolk 



Yesterday's Sun: Feb.27,i969 



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Cadet Bakor Is an 
academically distingHishod 
Mol^ pajor and a fb«t 
sergeant in the corps of 
cadets. He is the son of Dr. 
Mid Mrs. Edwin L Bakor, 
Jr. of Flvo Nhit Road, 
VirKhila Beach. 



l^iginia Beadi^tui 



Hanei Byerly 

Pubisber 

Pam Vaadeveer 
Etftor 



Sheldon Kelly 
GcMrilMu^tr 



'Tight budget' to save taxpayer 

City Manager Roger Scott broke with tradition 
Tuesday night in a speech before the Tidewater 
Association of Homebuilders (TAHB), He publicly 
disclosed the amount of the Virginia Beach operating 
budget for fiscal 1969-70 before it has been formally 
presented to City Council. 

Scott told the homebuilders the budget "will total 
approximately $45 million." But sources at City Hall 
have been a little more specific, selling the figure at 
about $44.5. They say that will probably be pared down 
from the present form of about $44.7 million. ... 

Crowd from Larkspur may oppose airport 

Another large contingent of residents, this one from 
Larkspur, is expected to jam the City Council chambers 
on March 10, to protest the building of a general 
aviation airport nearby off Holland Road. 

The Larkspur Civic League plans to lead the 
opposition against the airport islanned by C.H. Byler of 
Byler Realty and Virginia Aviation Sales Ltd. 

Byler applied for zoning changes and a use permit to 



build the airstrip and airport facilities. The property 
would have to be zoned industrial, and the civic league 
fears a "smoke-stack" industrial area nearby 

Council reaWrms Stand 

Virginia Beach City Council officially adopted a 
resolution Monday reaffirming an earlier stand against 
development of a state park in the False Cape area 
southward on the oceanfront below the Back Bay 
National Wildlife Refuge to the North Carolina line. ... 

Council is opposed to the park generally because of 
the loss of tax revenue by developing the property as a 
park instead of normal commercial and residential 
development. ... 

College grouttd4freaklng set 

Princess Anne Business Collie will hold a ground- 
breaking-ceremony on Feb. 28 for its new $1^,000 
school building. 

The new building, which is scheduled for completion 
in time for summer classes, will be Iwated at 2924 N. 
Lynnhaven Rd. directly behind the Pine Tree Inn. 



Benefits iceep families together 

Social Security beneriis play a leiuiing role in helping 
10 keep families together when they are threatened by 
loss of income as a result of the death of a worker. This 
is a fact that many people overlook. 

For some families, the benefits mean that children 
can grow up in their own home instead of an institution. 
And for others, it means thai the dreams of a daca-scd 
parent may live on because of the legacy of social 
security benefits payable on his or her work.record. 

Benefits are payable to children upon the retirement, 
death, or disability of a worker. Benefits arc also 
payable to nonworking, surviving parents with minor or 
disabled children in their care who are also receiving 
social security benefits. 

This aspect of social security comes to mind because 
1979 has been declared the International Year of the 
Child by the United Nations General Assembly. We are 
urged to commemorate the year by reviewing our efforts 
to provide for the needs of children. 

Although many people may not realize it, nearly S 
million children are currently receiving children's 
benefits, about one of seven of all social security 
beneficiaries. Benefits for children have been available 
since 1940 when the first social security benefits were 
paid. 

Although children's benefits usually stop when the 
child reacha 18, they may continue until age 22 if the 
unmarried child remains in school fiiir-limc. or if the 
person is disabled before age 22. 

Student's benefits are paid to aliiiusi 850,000 persons 
between IS and 22. Payments go to students attending 
any accredited school full-time because the child is 
considered dependent on his or her parents for support. 
Benefits for adult children who have a disability that 
begins before ihey reach i^e 22 and which is likely to 
prevent them from ever becoming gainfully employed, 
can start at any age. More than 400,000 persons are 
currently receiving childhood disability benefits. About,^ 
65 percent of them are receiving disability payments on 
the basis of a mental deficiency, but other disabling 
conditions include cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and 
schizophrenic disorders. 

A child is entitled to 75 percent of the basic benefit 
payable on a deceased worker's record and 50 percent of 
a disabled or retired worker's benefit, subject to a 
family maximum. The average survivor family's benefit 
being paid currently is SS98.00. However, since the 
family maximum may run from ISO percent to 188 
percent of the worker's basic benefit, and the average 
worker's' behefrt is about 42 percent of hi.s or her prior 
earnings, a family's benefits may amount from 75 to 
almost 100 percent of the worker's priiw earnings. 

More than 95 out of 100 children and their mothers or 
fathers can count on monthly cash benefits if the 
family's workerp) die. These benefits may be paid when 
either parent dies, even if the surviving parent continues 
working. 

The Social Security Administration also runs the 
supplemental security income program for needy blind, 
aged, or disabled people. ^1 can pay benefits to 
disabled or blind children at any age. 

For more information on social security and SSI for 
children contact the social security office ai: 441-6401 . 




College 
Counts 




Inmates at St. Bridei Correctional Center- 
Chesapeake are parti^iMting in the Associate in Science 
degree program in Gewral Studies as a result of the 
awpnative efforts between the RehaUUtative School 
Authority at St. Brides and ndewatw Community 
CoU^e-Cheseapeake. 

Hie Associate in Sdoice d^ree i^ ogram in Oe^ral 
Stitdiei is designed to offer a student suffidait 
aoutank flexibility so that he may enter coll^ with 
uncertain vocational or ediKatiooal gMU. The student 
can take courses in General Studies which are accq>ted 
in most four-year collet and universities in a wide 
number of baccalaurMte curricula. A special fMture oif 
the Goieral Studies curricuhun is thu the student is tuA 
required to dedate a spedallzed nuuor subj«:t fidd 
during the first two ywn of umtw^vduate educatton. 

Ten full-time studenu ue tttemUng dasses that are 
taught at St. Brictes four aft«mo<ms a wetk by TCC- 
Chesapeake faculty menbcrs. danes are -ottfni in 
C(MnpositiM I (Eo^ish 111). General Col^ Math 
(math 181). United States History I (History 111), and 
General Psychok^ (ftydudo^ 201). 

The TCC-Chesapieake Office of Continuing 
Education coordiMted the itonnini of the pn^ram 
with Mrs. Joan Mkitett. Principal, RehaMlitative 
School AuthtHlty, &. Mda O^redkmal Ceitff. Dr. 
Charles Wall, Chaiman-HuflMaities and Social 
Scinion, and Mr. iotm Maoey, C^Urmaa-Mtth, 
Sctem^, and Techmrit^. i^ovktol ladmitk divisiM 
nipport for the pr<^nutt whidi auMed Hs banning at 
St. Kkies. 

Spodal tffont in aetti^ up tte off-auR|»is pro^m 
wwe mMfe by the St. AMcs ttaff mm) ^ the colk^ 
Busing dfflce. Acfatfi^ons Otfke, Flmnctal Aid and 
Cmiasdii^ staffs. 



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r-C/aisf ooiii notes 



MoBdy earns ac9d9mlc Mmors 

Cadet Maj. Michael A. Mosely earned academic 
honors for the first semester of the 1978-79 school 
year at Wentworth Military Academy and Junior 
Collie, j|t Lexington, Missouri. 

Cadet Mosely, son df Capt. and Mrs. C.R. 
Mosely of Virginia Beach, earned superior grades 
to qualify for the honor roll list. Those earning 
academic honors during specified grading periods 
at Wentworth are awarded extra privileges, and 
they are permitted to wear the scholastic ribbon on 
their uniform. 



RasMentM youth care 
workshop offered at ICC 

The Community and Social Services 
Department at the Virginia Beach campus of 
Tidewater Community College will sponsor a 
workshop in residential youth care Feb. 20-22. 
The workshop is designed to offer in-service 
training for those who provide residential youth 
care as well as instructing those interested in 
entering the field. 

Two additional workshops in residential youth 
care will be offered at the Virginia Beach Campus 
during the spring quarter. For further 
information, contact the Department of 
Community and Social Services at 427-3070. 

Ms. Barker graduates 

Deborah Lynne Barker of Plaver Lane in 
Virginia Beach is one of 1,478 TOidcnts who 
completed degree requirements at Purdue 
University in December. Ms. Barker earned a 
bachelor of arts degree. 

Beach students make dean's 
IMatWglnla Tech 

A total of 64 students from Virginia Beach 
made the dean's list at Virginia Tech during the 
—fell quarter. They are: 

Cynthia A. Allen, senior, accounting; 

Mark N. Andresen, junior, electrical 
engineering; 

James V. Batten, sophomore, biology; 

Bryan F. Beard, senior, mechanical 
engineering; 

Terry R. Beardslee, junior, biology; 

Gerald R. Best, junior, education, history and 
social studies; 

Gary N. Braz. senior, electrical engineering: 

Christdpher L. Butt^,^ scmar. agricultural 

William W. Chandler, senior, industrial arts 
education; 

William J. Charlton, senior, biology; 

James C. Collins, sophomore, geology; 

Billy E. Commander Jr., freshman, general 
business; - 

Vicki L. Conklin. junior, biology; 

William 'A. Consolvo, senior, forestry and 



wildlife; 

Theresa G. Cook, junior, management housing 
family dcv.; 

Francis E. Daly II, sophomore, industrial 
engineering and operations research; 

William H. Davis, senior, industrial arts 
education; 

Mary P. Denney, junior, general business; 

Dirk V. Derolf, sophomore, veterinary science; 

Diane V. Dewalt, freshman, computer science; 

Georgienne M. Eak, senior, political science; 

Erwood G. Edwards, senior, biology; 

Drew A. Flanagan, junior, mechanical 
engineering; 

Kimberly A.Toster, junior, biochemistry; 

Steven R. Freeman, senior, biology; 

Nina E. Genz, sophomore, geology; 

Cheryl A. Harris, sophomore, general business; 

Ellen K. Helm» sophomore, general business; 

Gary |. Hodge, junior, forestry and wildlife; 

Kay L. Hifdgins, junior, accounting; 

Elizabeth A. Jones, junior, forestry and 
wildlife; 

Teresa D. Karnitschnig, ffeshman, biology; 

Scott A. Kincaid, junior, biology; 

Christopher A. Knutson, freshman, german; 

Kevin P. Krest, senior, economies-business; 

Linda S. Kruskop, sophomore, chemical 
engineering; 

Thomas G. Larossa, senior, accounting; 

Sarah P. Lett, sophomore, accounting; 

Douglas K. Louk, junior, biology; 

Patricia S. Malbon, sophomore, general 
business; 

Sarah A. Malbon, senior, marketing; 

Brian K. Mcelligott, freshman, forestry and 
wildlife; 

Brenda K. Michael, senior, mathematics; 

Joseph E. Miller, freshman, general 
engineering; 

J.C. Murphy, junior, recreation; 

Joseph M. Oliva, freshman, general 
engineering; 

Brian D. Oneil, junior, horticulture; 
■Stanley J. Parsick, junior, biology; -- ' ' '■" 

Mark F. Price, junior, aerospace and ocean 
engineering; ^ 

Brian K. .RhelnlJai'l, settlor, civil engineering; 
Greg A. Richardson, freshman, architecture; 
Gary L. Rouse, junior, electrical engineering; 
John H. Saunders, senior, accounting; 
Robert F. Sawyer, freshman, general 
engineering; 

Ellen P. Scheurich, sophomore, elementary 
education; 

James D. Scott, sophomore, forestry and 
wildlife; ■■ ■ 




Beach student wins scholarship 



leampusof 



,.„ Pavid B. Siegrist, sophomore, electrical 
, engineering; 

Kenhi^ : C. Sfaytdfi, sophomore, political 
science; 
Jeffrey G. Snyder, senior, horticulture; 
Margaret M. Springer, senior, animal science; 
Nora R. Steentofte, junior, accounting; 
Scott B. Stephenson, junior, general business; 
Matthew A. Turk, freshman, general 
engineering; 
Kimberly S. Wiley, freshman, architecture. 



IMwrah Malmda of Virgiiiia BMCh is the recipient of a $300 scholarsliip presented to the Virginia Beach < 
Tidewater Cenmiinity College by the Virginia Association of Hospitality Accountants. 

Ms. Matonda is the dmghter of Mrs. Letty E. Maienda of Colonlal Parkway and a second-year staident majoring in hotel 
accounting through TCC's Hotet-Restaurant-lnstitutional Management curricuhim. She plans to continue her edueatien by 
seekhg a bachelor's degree in hotel administration. Ms. Maienda says tint atthough she may leave Tidewater to pursue 
fwtiier tiahimg, she hopes to worit in tiie Tidewater area. 
The scholarship was presented to Ms. Maienda (right 
front) by Linda Sprang, president of tiie Virginia 
Association of Hospitality Accountants. In the 
background, left to right, are John Hendrickson, resident 
manager of tiw Cavalier Hotel and a member of VAHA; 
Virghiia Beach'^-TCC Provost, Dr. Michael La Bouve; and 
Louise Hodges, VAHA member and comptroller of the 
Norfolk Yacht and Counti^ Club. 



Career schools 
association 
elects offfici 



The Virginia 

Association of Private 
Career Schools elected 
x)fficers at its annual 
meeting held Jan. 20 at the 
Hyatt House, Richmond. 
Elected from Virginia 
Beach were Herb E. 
Wittersheim, Automotive 
Training Institute, vice- 
president; and Joseph A. 
Kennedy, Princess Anne 
Business College, 
secretary/treasurer^ 

The association's next 
meeting will be held 
Saturday, March 3, in 
Roanoke. 



to OUR RCAOenS: Vou can 
MILievC our Mdvrtl — n w n l » . 
Ilwy arb baekad by LOCAt 
p«opl» 



Beach cadets anticipate military lian 



For the Naval Junior 
Reserve Officers Training 
Corps (NJROTC) units at 
the six high schools in 
Virginia Beach one of the 
highlights of the year is 
the formal Military Ball. 
It is being held this year on 
Sunday, Feb. 18, at the 
CPO Club at the Little 
Creek Amphibious Base. 

About 400 of the cadets 
and their dates are 
expected to attend the 
dinner-dance from 7 p.m. 
to 12 midnight. Music will 
be provided by the Navy 
Show Band from Little 



MiUlKETPLACX: 

The classified section of your 
hometown newspa{ier is 
essentialiy the IniUetin board and 
market (4ace of the community. 
It locates the intoested customer 
as no other advertising can do. 
This is t>ecause the customers in 
your nei^borhood turn to the 
classiried pages and sorch out 
the advertisement for what he or 
her wants to buy. 



Creek. 

Overall responsibility 
for the ball rotates among 
the high schools, and this 
year the First Colonial 
High School NJROTC 
unit has the mponsibility 
for the 8th annual event. 
The unit there is under the 
command of Cdr. 
Raymond C. Lackore, 
whose assistant is CPO 
John J. McCarron. 

Besides the principals of 



the six high schools and 
several members of the 
central school 

administration, the units 
have invited many top 
navy officials in 
Tidewater. RAdm. 
William E. Nicholson, 
Commandant of the Fifth 
Naval District, and Capt. 
Glenn C. Skinner Jr., 
Navy ROTC manager for 
the area, are expected to 
attend. 



•To make marim^de easy, 

the secret is "in the bag." 
Home economists suggest 
putting meat, fish or fowl 
in a strong plastic bag, 
being sure no bones are 
sticking out to pierce it. 
Pour the marinade in and 



tie the bag securely; turn 
frequently so the 
marinade soaks the food, 
discard or thoroughly 
wash the bag. Never 
return cooked food to any 
container in which it was 
stored when raw. 




Don't let *^ 
your house 
^> go up In 
smoKel. 



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Featuring Styling Directtr 

RidNHtl Prince 

formeriy with Vidal Sassoon 11. Y. 

Treat yourself to the 

finest hairstylii« 

bi^^l^riaBeacliby 

our h^drty trahiecl staff. 



The Tidewater Dinner 
Theatre 

Proudly protontt 

CABIN IN THE SKY 

Feb. 13 -March 4 
(3 weelis only) 

SOME OF THE SONGS 

*'TaUn3 a Chance en Love" 

*'bo What You Want To Do" 

"Wade in The Water" 

"Savannah" 

"Honey In the Heneycenb" 

"Love Me Tomorrow" 

This revival of the 1939 clasiic is sold 
out many days or its three- waalt run. 
Of the doien or so tunes, most were 
Mtf and seme are standards. 



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It's so easy. . .advertise the 
things you no longer need in the 
classified columns of your 
in- 

practically no time at all, people 
in your neighborhood will know 
what you have to sell. You're on 
the road to extra cash. . . 
somebody will read your ad and 
buy! 



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"PKRBON'TOPERSON'- 

Th.t'. U.! You and Your 

LOCAL N«w. paper 



M.J. ANDERSON, D.C.1 



Announces the opening of 
the Anderson Chiropractic Office 



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Virginia BMCh, Va. 

Locatad hi tfie Rom & Kruetli Bidg- 

OiM Mocli off IndapendMica Blvd. 

at Pambroka Blvd. 



Phone: 499-5100 



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SATURDAY, February 17 - 10,-30 A.M, / 

Sale to be held on the grounds of CHESAPEAKE EQUIPMENT, 
INC., 1541 Cedar Road, Chesapeake, VA. 

LOCATION: From Norfoili, Va. and Elizabeth City, N.C. and 
surrounding areas taiie Highway 168 to Great Bridge and Cedar iead 
or Highway 17 and 104 to Cedar Road and look for aucthm signs and 
th e big Red Barn. 

Tractors - Trucks - Farm Equipment 






I - M.r. I tOS Mmal Traclof. Cak A Ak, WiF 

1 ■ 1.0. 3020 Cat Tractor. Trirvcia Fcoat 

1 - M. tM Dtaaal Traclor. wr 

I ■ 1.0. "0" traclor, Trtc,cla frant 

1 - J.D. 720 Caa Tractor. Wit 

1 - M. Cub La»n Tractor, IMeaar a Ho* 

I ' WlMol-Noraa La»a Tractor • Mawar 

t ' FamuN "M" Caa Tractor 

1 ■ Farmall "H" Caa Tractor »Kti UquM FartWnr 

Rh| ailMSO Cat. SlaMoM Slaal Tai* 
1 - MiaClialmara "CA" Caa Traclar, Trteycia 

Fran! . 

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1 - 1.0. MOO Otaaal Mt-PnHtad CamMw, Ci*, 

Mr,4aMCanltoaA tJ'CniiiTMa 
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Mr, 4 Rm C«ni Haatf, 14'^aralii TiMa 

1 ■ 0»rar raOO Otoaai SaHPrMaiatf CmMw, 
Cik Air, ■ *M> Cwa Hm< 20*011111 TaM* 

a ■ III.F. 1 n. %prlm^ Toatti HarrMra tar 
LandacapbH (Mewl 

2 ■ M^rTuOMMI* Olac Harran 21' (Nwl 

1 -Faraaai FaW-UpOloc Harrow • Raw INawl 

1 ■ a Rmt UMatan KaHhw CiiWvator 

1 • 4 Itow UMatMi RMhig OMIvatara 

I - 4 Rmt nitalwrB Oiac Nwraw 

I - 1.0. 148 Frairt M Laaaat 

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1 - 10' Faapieaa Cktaainow 
1 ' 10' tatamaMMwl CMaal now 
1 ' 4 Rm> M. fiaj CaMvalar. 1 Ft. |Maw| 

2 - 4 DMiaal Oabbar Tlr«4 Waiana 

1 - l.D. Craa Bprayar wiMi 300 Cat. 
TMli,FWrTf*a 

2 ■ 2TS M. Malar TrMClH 

3 • IJch-INiaal UwUCAVa Fwadara 

2 ■ 120 Oil. FMirMka. IFHa ki FIduw TrMM 
1 • Taal Oai (Flto PWiap Tnidil 
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1 •Jljwi OJi.C. MOO TMdi wNh 10' 

1 - ItTt Panl7nOTrMfc aMb 4-( Yard 



1 - lOaa bit 1700 Yiwcb »Nb 10' Ibum* 



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1 • tore Fartf UMW TiMb wNb 10T4 Ma* 
i m ai U waOFarWtaar lpr i M iiOifc 

1 tOTO fl.M.C. 10 Wbaahr wNk aTlMtarik 



4 Raw Faiaaaaa TManralar 

■ 9 mw ^^^^w wo^o ■hoc veeesrs 

•al Myar a aac Row Marbor. 

Fargaaaa Drabi Oluara, 3 Ft. 

7' Mm Oaara >S Ndila Oar Mowar 

4RawMRIi«RI|,3n. 

A.C. 202 Nay OaOar, Twbia TIa 

OOaar aa Na, OaHar . TwbM TIa 

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I ■ lOOa Fatrf L-1000 Oaa T, 

Traclar, Mr ■«, 
1 ■ 1070 RaaoaMO DIaaat thw TairtMi 

Raaa Tractor 
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(Meny Otbtr Items Tee Nueieroes Te Meetiee) 



I am seliing to the highest bidder the above iteois off ffarw eqidpHieat 
ffor ffarmers off Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, SafffoNt, Va. and Seath 
Mills A EHzabeth City, N.C. 

EQUIPMENT WILL BE ON DISPUY FRIDAY, February 16th 




terms: cash or checii - sale rain or sMne • hmch avaHaMe 



FOe ABBmenU MTOeMATION CeNTMT- 

Jack PeoplM Bonded Auctioneer 

132t Heed of RNer Roed 

CHESAPEAKE. VIRGINIA 23322 
(804)421-2360 

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Beach business and real estate 



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Realty Considtants represents 
Homeowners Reloeatlon Service 

Realty Consultants of Virginia, LTD. has been 
selected as the exclusive representative in the Virginia 
Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake area for HbiT(eowners 
Relocation Service of America, Inc., which Is a.national 
relocation and marketing service with headqiif rters in 
Charlotte, North Carolina. ,, 

George L. Ayers, broker, said. "Our meipbership 
with Homeowners Relocation Service allows us (o better 
serve clients in our city and receive information on 
clients moving to our area from other part^i of the 
United States. We can now mail these families a copy of 
our "Preferred Homes" brochure which is a monthly 
publication of the homes we have available in the 
Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake area; and filso tell 
them about schools, taxes, voting information and 
many helpful items to new comers. With this national 
exposure we shall be able to give the homes we have 
listed the advantage of being sold to a transferee 
through our associate members with Homeowners 
Relocation in another city. 

Homeowners Relocation Service of America. Inc. 
Executive Vice President L.T. Randolph, state4, "We 
are very pleased to have Realty Consultants of Virginia, 
LTD. represent us in Virginia Beach, Norfolk, and 
Chesapeake, and its competent staff came highly 
recommended as leaders in the real estate field* Since 
the residential real estate business has become a national 
one, through Homeowners Relocation Service, we shall 
broaden the scope of Realty Consultants of Virginia, 
LTD. services to clients locally and nationally. 



Schuyler named legMalive cound 




Anew face... 

M iwt to TMtirator mtivtt. Dot KMy, wHk two years 
raoHy mIm oxporimeo Imm rocontly Mned Roalty 
C w w o Hw i te , Vhtfiifai loacfc. She wat wi^yoJ hy Unftod 

wWWImm hOK Mr IN yOW» pnOr 10 Bi^lllllllg Mr CHOOr 

hi rail ostrto. Nor too, IHdMol D. Mriby, is tlw hHNM 
ihrtr Jr. N.S. Imd Diractor, whilo htr rfaiii^itar, Cheryl 
W it o rfl e l d, toadm at tiio Pebit of Vlow Bemeirtary 
School hi VbilNia leacii. Mrs. Kilty win bogifl her Mios 
M a MI-thM sales associate. 




Travel promotion 



Linda Waiker, Vh-gioia loach Chaoibor of Gommer^e, receives Meritorious Award on 
behalf of the Ch a wh e r froai 6eori[e F. WriglH of Wtn^amsburg, Chairman of the 
Virginia Travel C om wcH Airiiig tfio organization's recent Mid-Winter Travel Coaforonce 
at the John MarshaN Hotel, Rwhmend. Hester Waterfield of the City of Virginia Beach 
also accepted the M o rH orlo os Award for outstending participation in the council's 
1978 promotiomi prograM designed to build the Virginia economy from travM 
revenue. 



James H. Schuyler has 
been named legislative 
counsel for the 113,000- 
member National 
Association of Home 
Builders. The 

appointment was 
'announced Jan. 31 by 
Robert D. Bonnister, 
NAHB senior staff vice 
president for 

governmental affairs. 

Schuyler was minority 
counsel of the Senate 
Subcommittee on Housing 
and Urban Affairs since 
early 1977, serving 
under Sen. Edward 
Brooico ')(RiM4ss.)"'rfnd' 
specializing in urban ^tlWd' 
rural housing, community 
and economic 

development, urban mass 
transit and national urban 
policies. From April 1976 
to January 1977, he was 



assistant minority counsel. 
Following his 

graduation from H^vard 
Law School in 1972, 
Schuyler joiiw^New York 
Mayor John Lindsay's 
staff as a housing 
specialist. He later served 
as Acting Director of the 
Single Room Occupancy 
Housing Task Force under 
Mayor Abraham Beame. 

Schuyler practiced law 
with the New York City 
law firm of Shea Gould 
Climenko and Casey from 
1974 to 1976 before 
"Inoving to thnri Mtiofif t 
''«^italrto take job-JwiihH 
the Senate housing 
committee. He completed 
his undergraduate studies 
in 1969 with honors in 
political science at New 
York University. 



Westminster 

Canterbury 

relocates 

Westminister 
Canterbury of Hampton 
Roads has announced the 
relocation of their offices 
to 4700 Thoroughgood 
Square in Virginia Beach 
from Koger Executive 
Center. 

Dr. Daniel D. , 
Dickenson, administrator 
of the planned retirement 
facility, stated, "This 
move is a large step 
forward in our 
development, giving us 
much larger quarters in a 
well known location. We 
are now only five minutes 
from our building site oh 
Shore Drive." 

The new office is 
located in the former sales 
office for the 

Thoroughgood develop- 
ment owned by Danny 
and Richard Collier. 
Leasing arrangements 
were handled by Robert 
Harrington of David L. 
Cassida & Associates. 



Beach man named sales representative 



Peter Calabrese has 
joined Ortho 

Pharmaceutical Corpora- 
tion as a sales 
representative for the 



Richmond Division. A 
graduate of St. Joseph's 
College in Phi|adei£hJ3> 
he was formerly a sales 
representative for 



Madiform Inc., in 
Virginia Beach. 

Calabrese resides in 
Virginia Beach. 



/FRED 




Performance award goes to DPMA chapter 



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INC. 



We have three openings for full-time 
salespeople especially broker 
associates. Excellent commission split 
for producers. For confidential 
interview call 486-5500. 

120 S. LYNNNAVEN RD. SUITE 100 
VA. BEACH, VA. 23452 



486-5S00 



C.W. Smith Jr., CDP, 
of Virginia Beach has 
accepted in behalf of the 
Tidewater Chapter of 
Data Processing 

Management Association 
(DPMA) a Chapter 
Outstanding Performance 
Award (COPA) from 
DPMA Executive Director 
Edward J. Palmer. CDP, 
and International 
President George R. 



Eggert, CDP. 

The award was earned 
during the association's 
past award year on the 
basis of performance in 
the areas of education, 
membership, public 
relations, chapter 
meetings and association 
participation. The award 
was presented during 
DPMA's international 
conference in New 



Orleans, La. 

The Tidewater Chapter 
of the Data Proetesing 

Management Association 
has been organized to 
promote and develop 
fellowships, coopefation, 

education, and scientific 
research into the lield of 
data proc9#sing 

management. 



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C'm^MniMlaliiMii Dcaaiii for > wiir lirinl ytm. 
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all IMr "ab«»e aari brywrt" effiirl* la mnkm 'fc* ffri «*Me 
tttin wf I'bni^Makr «a wM. 

if >iMi xlMwM aTC4 awlitaare, |ari caN ofM of Hm* tm lop- 
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llw WMMRftM Redsidns, 
■ d d re i ied the mwRfcers tf 
tlw KiwMiis CM of Gr«en 

thefr 99m. Eipressing Ms 
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^Mmldltbars 
Beich lawyer 

Hie Virginia State Bar 
Disciplinary Board 
revoked the Virginia law 
license of Virginia Beach 
lawyer James P. McGeein 
Jan. 2S for misconduct in 
the handling of sevetal 
real estate closings for 
clients. 

The board said 
M(K3eetn, 49, violated six 
fwovisions of the Vir^nia 
Code of Professional 
Responsibility for 
ta^^ers, a set of Virginia 
Supreme Court rules 
governing lawyer conduct. 



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Popular heat pump saves 
energy, cuts utility costs 




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Whal could be bcllcr in an energy-hungry world Ihan 
a heater thai creales more energy ihui it uses? Solar 
healing sysienis d«» Ihis. of lhjihsc. buy ihcy arc v«»NJly 
and not always praeiical. Nol dcpcndeni directly on ihe 
sun, hcai pumps provide an increasingly popular 
aliernaiive for home heating. 

Heat pumps have become so popular in Tidewater 
that they arc being installed in over 95 percent of the 
new homes being built in Virginia Beach and 
Chesapeake. 

A heat pump is essentially a central air conditioner 
with indoor and outdoor units that can operate in 
reverse. A switch-over valve allpws the units to serve the 
double function of expelling warm air from the home in 
summer and extracting warmth from the outside in the 
winter. 

The pump operates on three principles of physics; (I) 
heal flows naturally from a warm place to a cooler one; 
(2) wheh" expanded, gases become cooler; (3) when 
compressed, gases become hotter. 

It may seem strange to heat a home with the warmth 
of winter air, but heat is present all the way down to 
minus 460 degrees Fahrenheit - or "absolute zero". 
Eighty-six percent of the heat in the air at 100 degrees in 
still there at zero; however, for the ptirposes of home 
hating, it is more difficult to extract. 

In winter, a cold liquid refrigerant in the outdiwr coil 
picks up heat from the warmer air around it and 
becomes a gas. The gas is then pushed through a 
compressor where it picks up even more heat as it travels 
toward the indoor unit. The cooler air inside the house 
absorbs heat from the gas, which turns back to liquid 
form as it cools and is pushed outside to begin the 
process again. 

The fefrigeration cycle described above is far more 
efflcieni than the electrical re$istane cycle used by the 



central electric furnace and Ihe baseboard heating 
system which work essentially like huge electric toasters. 
While an electric furnace takes one wail of electricity 
and delivers one watt of energy, a heat pump can yield 
up to two or three watts for every one it consumes. 

Heat pumps cost about the same to install in a new 
home as an oil furnace and central air conditioning 
combination. When compared to the electric healing 
and air conditioning system, the real saving is evidenced 
in operating costs, which are reduced as much as SO 
ITcrcent . 

The major drawback of heal pumps is that their 
efllcicncy drops as temperatures outside fall. To collect 
enough heat from outside during extremely cold days, 
Ihe heat pump wouM have to be equipped with huge 
outside coils. This wtHild be impraclical and cosily so 
builders in this area add on an auxiliary system (usuaHy 
electric resistance heal) ^o handle the heating needs of 
a home during very cold days. These supplementary 
systems usually provide a 75 to 100 percent back-up. 

There has been some experimentation with tying a 
heat pump system to a solar system, or combining it 
with another form of energy. Some heat pumps run 
simultaneously with a second .system, but this is 
inefficient since both must run at the same lime. There 
is, however, a move toward the use of a mixed fuel 
system whereby an automatic thermostat switches from 
the heat pump to the furnace when temperatures fall 
below the pump's efficient range and switches back as 
the temperature rises. 

The heal pump is still a new system, and some critics 
say that a final assessment of the product cannot be 
made until iis long-term efficiency and repair record is 
available. However, dollar for dollar, it Is. at present, 
still the inosi reasonable way lo heat and cool a new 
home. 



Proposed legal ethics opMon 
warns against mlsiise off funds 
In real estate purchase, sale 

It is unethical for a Virginia lawyer to deliver any 
checks on his trust account in connection with a real 
'estate settlement until monies intended for that 
settlement are actually received in his trust account and 
not subject to stop payment or dishonor by the issuing 
bank. 

This 'a, 4ha -coBclusioa^-dnwii^^M a Legal Ethics 
OpiiyOfl^PI^Pposed ^"*|>fHg"fifi#t!i<yHivgl of. the 
VirginflWSiiFSiHby its Leg al E i f itefe&mtnittee. 

Under a Virginia Supreme Court rule, the public must 
be given notice of and invited to comment on the 
proposed bar opinion at least 75 days before it is 
considered for approval by the Virginia State Bar 
Council, which will meet April 27 in Arlington. 

According to the Legal Ethics Committee, there have 
been instances in Virginia in which lawyers used other 
clients' funds to cover a check issued on behalf of a 
client in a real estate transaction until the funds 
intended for that transaction were actually received in 
the lawyer's account, usually a short time. 

The question presented in proposed Advisory Legal 
Ethics Opinion 182 is: "When may the attorney who 
serves as settlement or closing attorney in connection 
with the purchase and/or mortgage financing of real 
estate ethically disburse funds from his trust account? ' ' 

The Legal Ethics Committee, in its conclusion, says: 
"The attorney may disburse funds from his trust 
account only when the funds are actually in the 
attorney's trust account." 



Deductions permitted ffor 
some auto expenses — 



Taxpayers may be able 
to claim as tax di*ductions 
expenses incurred when 
using their automobile for 
business, moving, 
charitable and medical 
purposes, i^e Internal 
Revenue Service advised. 

Those who keep record 
of actual costs may claim 
operatiAf^ «lipense$ and 
fixed expensies, such as 
depreciation and 
insurance, for business use 
of their automobile. But 
for deductible 

nonbusiness uses, only 
operating expenses may be 
claimed. 

Instead of claiming 
actual expenses, taxpayers 
may use an optional 
mileage allowance 
method. Taxpayers can 
deduct 17 cents per mile 
for the first 15.000 and 10 
ccnis per mile for each 
additional mile when liicir 
automobile is used for 
business purposes. 
Individuals who use their 
automobile for charitable, 



medical, or moving 
expenses are allowed 7 
.cents per mile under tax 
guidelines. In all 
instances, parking and toll 
fees may be claimed in 
addition lo ihe mileage 
rate. 

If the taxpayer was 
TtimbiirtKd" -iot^' •iht' 
expeiiscsf by his or her 
employer, only the 
amount of the expenses in 
excess of ihe 

reimbursement may be 
deducted. If the 
employer's reimbursement 
exceeds the employee's 
expenses, the amount of 
the excess reimbursemcni 
must be shown as gross 
income, the IKS said. 

For more details 
concerning business 
expenses, the free IRS 
Publication 463, Travel 
IJiterlaiiiMciil. aad Gift 
K.peiises, is available 
from the IRS by using the 
mail-order form 'in the tax 
package. 



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Free IRS publications answer tax questions 



j Mjajy, tnay be complicated, but the IRS has more 
than 90 free publications to make it easier to 
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If you have a tax problem, there probably is an IRS 
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Most IRS offices have the publications readily 
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Some of the more common free IRS publications 
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NAHB afppolnts directors of house and senate liaison 



Two Congressional 
aides who worked on 
Capitol Hill for the past 
two decades have joined 
the Governmental Affairs 
Division of the 113,000- 
member National 
Association of Home 
Builders. 

Dorrie Thomas, who 
worked as a housing 
specialist on Capitol Hill, 
was appointed NAHB's 
Director of Senate 
Liaison. Prior to joining 



NAHB, Ms. Thomas was 
staff assistant on the U.S. 
Senate Housing and 
Urban Affairs 

Subcommittee, then 
chaired by Sen. John 
Sparkman (D-Ala.). Ms. 
Thomas is a graduate of 
Wellesley College of 
Wellesley, Mass. A native 
of Holbrook, Mass., she 
now resides in Alexandria, 
Va. 

Charles W. Hackney Jr. 
brings 30 years of floor 



experience to his new 
position as Director of 
House Liaison. Since 1963 
Hackney has been the 
Majority Reading Clerk 
on the floor of the U.S. 
House of Representatives. 
Prior to that he was a 
legislative aide on the 
Democratic side of the 
House. 

Hackney received his 
B.A. in business 
administration from 
George Washington 



University's School of 
Government. He also 
attended the University of 
North Carolina in Chapel 
Hill. A native of North 
Carolina, Hackney now 
lives in Vienna. Va. 



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C 8 V'RG'NIAlEACHSUNaWEDNESPAY. FEBRUARY 14. 1979 



VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC NOTICES 



In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

. City of Virginia Beach, on 

i the 24th day of January, 

. 1979. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Allen Kincaid, Plaintiff, 
against Linda Ragland 
Kincaid. Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of more than 
one year separation. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
7400 Stirling Road. 
Hollywood, Florida, it is 
ordered that Linda 
Ragland Kincaid do 
appear on or before the 
20th of March, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: h Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

Jeffrey G. Haverson 
318 Holiday Inn Scope 
Norfolk, Virginia 



Parliament Drive 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23462 

1/3 1.2/7.2/14.2/21 



1/31,2/7,2/14,2/21 



- Wginia: In the Clerk's 

-Office of the Circuit 

Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, on the 

24th day of January, 1979 

In the Matter of the 
adoption of Dawn Marie 
Wilson and the change of 
name of said infant to 
Dawn Marie Smith 

Chancery No. C78-2071 

By: David Hill Smith and 
Sheila Lynne Winnett 
Wilson Smith, Petitioners 

To: Timothy Theron 
Wilson 

c/o Sybill Wilson 
- Route 2 

Creer, South Carolina 

ORDER 

This day came David 
Hill Smith and Sheila 
Lynne Winnett Wilson 
Smith, husband and wife. 
Petitioners, and 

represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above-named infant. 
Dawn Marie Wilson, by 
David Hill Smith and 
Sheila Lynne Winnett 
Wilson Smith, husband 
and wife, and affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that Timothy Theron 
Wilson, a natural parent 
of said child, is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 

' post office address being: 
c/o Sybil Wilson, Route 2, 

) Grwr, South Carolina. 
It is therefore 
ORDERED that the said 
Timothy Theron Wilson 
appear before this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 

A copy t«te: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

By: J. Curtis Frull. D.C. 

We ask for this: 

R. Michael Smith, p.q. 

Suite 201, 404 South 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 24th day of January, 
1979. 

Robert Franklin Hagans. -^ 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Lorraine Thomas Hagans. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant upon the 
grounds of having lived 
and apart " without 
interruption or 

cohabitation for a period 
exceeding one year. 

And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: 4209 Bel^ue 
Avenue, Baltimore, 
Maryland. 

It is ordered that 
Lorraine Thomas Hagans 
do appear on or before the 
„ 20tt of March, 1979^ and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress. Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk 

J.H'ugOMadls6n,Atty., 
p.q. 

United Va. Bank Bldg. 
Norfolk, Virginia 

1/31.2/7.2/14,2/21 

Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
25th day of January, 
1979. 

In Re: Name change of 
Robert Renaldo Pearson 
to Robert Renaldo Cutler 

In Chancery #C-79- 136 

By: Earnest Lee Cutler, 
Jr. and Lauretta B. 
Cutler. Petitioners 

To: Robert Lester Pearson 
526 Hannan Street 
Petersburg. Virginia 

ORDER 



This day came Earnest 
Lee Cutler. Jr. and 
Lauretta B. Cutler, 
Petitioners, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is^ to 
effect the name change of 
the above infant, Robert 
Renaldo Pearson, by 
Earnest Lee Cutler, Jr. 
and Lauretta B. Cutler, 
husband and wife, and 
Affidavit having been 
made and filed that 
Robert Lester Pearson, a 
natural parent of said 
child, is a iu)n-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office 
address being: 526 
Hannan Street, 

Petersburg, Virginia. 

It is therefore 
ORDERED that the said 
Robert Lester Pearson 
appear before this Court 
on or before March. 1979 
and indicated his attitude 
toward the proposed name 
change, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 

A copy-Teste: 



John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

Stuart R. Gordon 
3707 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23452 

1/31,2/7.2/14.2/21 



ORDER 

Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 24th 
day of January. 1979. 

David Jonathan Vaughan. 

Complainant, 

vs. 

Joann Vaughan Law, 

Davis A. Vaughan, 

Thomas A. Vaughan. 

Thomas A. Vaughan. 

Marvel W. Vaughan. 

Rodney Lane, 

Frank Lane, 

Rose Ellen Wadsworth, 

Margaret Blake, 

and 

June Kay Freeman. 

Defendants. 

.The object of this suit is 
to construe and interpret 
the Last Will and 
Testament of Lonnie H. 
Nosay, deceased, and the- 
Complainant prays that he 
be declared, pursuant to 
the tcrmlxff that Will, the 
fee simple owner of 
certain property known as 
"the land at Bethel 
Church" which was 
devised to him pursuant to 
the terms thereof. 

And an Affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that certain 
Defend5i,nf5,,/are ,.n«n- 
re^id/ews of ;iji^, Statftiof 
Virginia and' .Aeirii last 
known post office 
addresses are set forth 
he^reinafter; to-wit: 
"Joanne Vaughan Law, 
3165 Ayrshire, Bloomfield 
Hills, MI, 48102; Thomas 
A. Vaughan, 955 Waikiki 
Drive, Merritt Island, FL. 
32952; Rodney Lane. 
P.O. Box 536. Carey. NC. 
37511, and Frank Lane, 
2371 Leisure Lake Drive, 
Dunwoody, GA, 30338." 
It is therefore 
ORDERED that Joanne 
Vaughan Law, Thomas A. 
Vaughan, Rodney Lane, 
and Frank Lane, do 
appear on or before the 
23rd day of March, 1979, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect their 
interests in this suit. 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

J. Curtis Fruit. 
Deputy Clerk 

I ask for this: 
James E. Brydges, Jr. 

1/31,2/7,2/14,2/21 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 5th day of February, 
1979. 



Jesse P. Burwell, 
Plaintiff, against Mary 
France, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
without cohabitation and 
without interruption for a 
period in excess of one 
year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known jxtst office address 
being: 610 Cottage Drive, 



Abilene. Kansas, it is 
ordeud that Mafy France 
do ap{tear on or before the 
28th of March, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit, 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

Stuart R. Gordon 
3707 Byler Building 
Virginia, Beach, Virginia 

2/14,2/21,2/28,3/7 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virgitiia Beach, on 
the 30th day of January, 
1979. 

Carroll Ann McCarthy, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Gregg Thomas McCarthy, 

Defendanti, 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain an annulment 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of 
defendant's previous 
marriage was not 
dissolved prior to date of 
marriage between parties. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
R9?l fiJipF . 9t|dJ.css bcii)g 
'"^8 iyifcJ^.Awp,, J^pjjpm. 
JNj<^iy,JpWy-, .„,, )/ 

It is ordered that Gregg 
Thomas McCarthy do 
appear on or before the 
23rd of March, 1979^ and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen. 
Deputy Clerk 

Robert B. Cromwell. Jr. 
p.q. 

2/7.2/14.2/21.2/28 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 22nd day of January. 
1979. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Lesley Diane Heath, 
Plaintiff, against Melvin 
Leland Heath. Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of Section 20- 
91 (9) 1950. Code of 
Virginia, as amended 
(sei^ration in ejaess of 
one year). And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non- 
residoit of tiM State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Staff Sgt.. E-5 Box 358, 
APO New York. New 
York 09860 it is ordered 
that Melvin Leland Heath 
do appear on or before the 
15ih of March. 1979. and 
do what may be n«%ssary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 



John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Oerk 

Zoby&ColUas 

340 B.Newtown Road 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

1/31,2/7,2/14,2/21 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 22nd day of January, 
1979. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Samantha Sandra Dobson 
Foreman, Plaintiff against 
Jack Thomas Foreman, 
Jr., Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said Defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that due 
diligence has been used by 
and on behalf of the 
complainant to ascertain 
in what county or 
corporation the defendant 
is, without effect, the lasw 
known past office address 
being; 961 1-A 5th Bay 
Street, Norfolk, Virginia 
it^ is ordered that Jack 
Thomas Foreman, Jr. do 
appear on or before the 
15th of March, 1979, and 
do what may be necessafy 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, 

Clerk 

, J,,Cj^rtlfF|)*|t 
Deputy Clerk 



Tidewater Legal Aid 

Society 

c/o Department of Social 

Services Building 

Virginia Beach Boulevard 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

1/31,2/7,2/14.2/21 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 25th day of January, 
1979. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Roslyn Geraldine Dodson. 
Plaintiff, against Bobby 
Earl Dodson, Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii frcmi 
the said defendant upcm 
the grounds of sqMratif^ 
of more than one year in 
accordance with Se^n 
20-91 (9) of the Code of 
Virginia. 1950. as 
amended. And tin 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that tbe 
defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
1310 Hamlin Drive, 
Clearwater, Honda 33S16 
it is ottered thtf Bobby 
Earl Dodson do Bfqscfr on 
or before the 23rd of 
Mardi, 1979. and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his intittst in this 
suit. 

A OHJy-Teste: 

John V. Fottren 

Clerk 

By: J. Cu|tl$ Fruit 

DeiwtyC^k 

BoyotAKa^is 
105 N. Plaza Trail 
Virgiila Baxh, Virginia 

1/31^/7,2/14,2/21 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Brach, on 
the 24th day of January. 
1979. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Betsy Ross Valentine. 
Plaintiff, against Patrick 
Ronald Valentine, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of a 
separation of more than 
one year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: 228 North Metzger 
Road, Rittman, Ohio 
44270, it is ordered that 
Patrick Ronald Valentine 
do appear on or before the 
^h of March, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 



Theodore A. Boyce . 
105 N. Plaza Trail 
Vh^nla Beach, Virginia- 



1/31.2/7,2/14.2/21 



In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach, on 

the 22nd day of January, 
J979— : 



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ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Janie Mills Dangerfield 
Coleman, Plaintiff, 
against James William 
Coleman, Defendant. 

The objeiA of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
U.S.S. John F. Kennedy. 
FPO New York, New 
York 09501 it is ordered 
that James William 
Coleman do appear on or 
before the 15th of March, 
1979. and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fenu^s 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

Tom C.Smith 
^)4P»»fic Avenue 
Virginia B»ch. Virginia 

1/31,2/7.2/14.2/21 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Qrcuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
th« 23rd day of January 
1979. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Diane Doty, Plaintiff, 
against Gene Gordon 
Doty, Defendant. 

The obj^ of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
meosa et thoro to be later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii frmn 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of cruelty 



and/or one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
2801 Muro Street. Spinpy 
Lake. North Carolina it is 
ordered that Gene Gordon 
Doty do appear on or 
before-the 16th of March, 
1979. and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

E.C. Powell 

3653 Sewells Point Road 

Norfolk. Vir|inia 23513 

1/31,2/7,2/14,2/21 



Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
22ndof January. 1979. 

IN RE: Adoption of Baby 
Boy No. 26016 and change 
of name to Ramsey Bryan 
Dudley 

By: Daniel Shipp Dudley 
and Carolyn Ramsey 
Dudley. Petitioners 




ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

ChyC-77-1738 

To: John Doe. 

Unknown Natural 
Father. 

Address Unknown 

Thi^'^y^a^y^^'dBy 
Shipp Dudley tA^O^f^ 
Ramsey Dudley, 
Petitioners, and 

represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoi^ion of the 
above named infant. Baby 
Boy No. 26016 and change 
of name to Ramsey Bryan 
Dudley, by Daniel Shipp 
Dudley and Carolyn 
Ramsey Dudley, husband 
and wife, and affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that John Doe. 
unknown natural father of 
an unnamed male child 
bom on October 1, 1976 
to Tern Smigay in the 
Portsmouth Naval 
Hospital. Portsmouth. 
Virginia, and that the 
whereabouts of the 
natural father is 
unknown, and that due 
diligence has been used by 
and on behalf of the 
petitioners to ascertain in 
what county of 
corporation the natural 
father is, without effect, 
and that the last post 
office address being: 
Unknown. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said John Doe 
appear before this Court 
on or before the 19th day 
of March, 1979, and 
indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

R. Stan^ Hudgins, p.q. 
102 Pint & M«-chants 
Bnk. Bldg. 
Norfolk. Va. 23510 

1/31.2/7,2/14.2/21 



ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
lift Cfaoiit Owit of the 
Oty of Vlr^olt BmAt <» 
the 17th day of Juuaiy, 



1979. 

Algoia Eubcmks, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Frederick H, Eubanks, Jr., 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit.is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii froln 
the said defendant, updn 
the grounds that t^e 
Complainant aird 
Defendant have he&x 
living separate and apip 
in excess of one year 
uninterruptedly. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
tbe defendant is not a 
resident of the ^te pf 
Virginia, the last kno«^ 
post office address being 
343 Raleigh St., S.E. \pt. 
6, Washington, D.C. 
20032. 

It is ordered that ' 
Frederick H. Eubanks, Jr. 
do appear on or before the 
9th of March, 1979, and 
do what may be necessaiy 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

'it 
A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress. Gerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

James H. ¥'oreman, p.q. 
1/24,1/31,2/7,2/14 ; 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office <tf 
the Circuit Court of die 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 17th day of January, 
1979. 

Pwrtjaralflmmitt^ ! ^^ 

Plaintiff, , 
against 

Robert Charles 
Rackensperger, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorM a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of one yev 
separation. 

And an affidavit 
having been nuuie and 
filed that the defoidant is 
a non-reddent of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office adthof 
being: 4028 Dudley 
Avenue, Baltimore. 
Maryland. 

It is ordaed that Robert 
Charles Rackensperger <jk> 
an>6ar on or before the 
9th of March, 1979. and 
do what may be necenary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fratress. Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit. 
Deputy Clo-k 

Richard J. Tavss. p.q. 
Royster Building 
NcN-folk, Virginia 

1/24.1/31.2/7,2/14 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clo-k's Oflke of ; 
the Circuit Court of t^ 
City of Virginui BeaA, tf ^ 
the nth day of Jttuai^ 
1979. 

Willfam tliMnas 

Filim)one, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

LydiaAnh Brewer 

FiUf^ne. 

Defendant. 

The obJ«et of ^ nA it 
to obtain a divorce a 
vittMlo matriBWirii (nm 
the said ctefendut, upon 







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the grounds of living 
separate and apart 
without cohabitation and 
without interruption since 
January 5, W8. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
residoit of the state of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address bong 
29 Water St., Point 
Marion, Pennsylvania 
J5474. " 

^, It is ordered that Lydia 
vAnn Brewer Filippone do 
;^appear on or before the 
9th of March, 1979. and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 
Acopy-Tcste: 
John V. Fentress. Clerk 
9y:JoyA.Johansen. 
Deputy Clerk 
Glcnn.B.McClanan,p.q. 

1/24,1/31,2/7.2/14 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 17th day of January, 
1979. 

John K. (jnass. 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Sandra 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
^thout cohabitation and 
^s without intemiirtion since 
June 11, 1977, period of 
time in excess of one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
die defeiMiairtt a ddti^ 
rerident ot'^mr'Bmif^ 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
1129 South Montecito 
Drive, San Gabriel, 
California 91776, , 

It is ordered that Sandra 
Morgon Gnass do appear 
on or before the 9th of 
March, 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Qerk 

Brydges, Hudgins, Ege, 
Burt & O'Brien, p.q. 
13(0 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

1/24.1/31.2/7,2/14 



Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit. 
Deputy Clerk 

George A. Christie, p.q. 
24S First Colonial Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

1/24,1/31,2/7,2/14 



ORDER QJ^it'^ 
PUBLICATTON 

In the aerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of Uie 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
Uie 17th day of January, 
1979. 

Carol)^ Marie Brady 

LitUe, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Edward Harry Littie, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of Uie State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
1308 Rose Boulevard. 
Castie. FIcMida. 

It is ordered that 
Edward Harry LitUe do 
tppeai on or before the 
9Ui of March, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 



A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Qerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
DeputyOerk 

S O| CJyty i>p.|ll. ,™ii„,< I ftnini' 

3432 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Wginia Beach, Virginia 

1/24,1/31,2/7,2/14 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Qerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 17th day of January, 
1979. 

Samuel Brown. 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Willie Mae Brown. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of one year 
sei»ration sinM August 
;#,I977. 

>^d an affidavit having 
bem made ud fUed that 
die (tefendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virjpnia. the last kiuwn 
ptM office Mldress bdng: 
421 Massachusetts 
Avenue. Boston, 
MassKhumu02118. 

It is ordered ttet Willie 
Mm Brown (to wm <» 
<» before tte 9th of Mbffcft 
197|, iM to ^M my be 
mAuvy to pn^^ ha 
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Virginia: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
.Virginia Beach 

In the matter of the 
Adoption of Peter 
Norwood, Paul Norwood, 
and Elizabeth Norwood. 
(Birth Certificate 
Registration Numbers 
203233. 203234. and 
203235. Registered in the 
State of Pennsylvania.) 

' ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this 
petition, before the Court 
is to adoitt three infants. 
Fetter Norwood, Paul 
Norwood, and Elizabeth 
Norwood. 

It appearing from an 
affidavit that your 
petitioner, Karen E. 
Norwood, has used due 
diligtmce to as^rtaln what 
County or City the. 
Natural Father of said 
infants is located without 
effect, his last known 
wldress being c/o Olin 
Sennerett, Fort Walton 
Beadi, Florida 32348, it is 
ordered that the defoidant 
^upear betott this Court 
on or before March 23, 
1979 withing ten days 
after due publiouion of 
this NotJke, and do what is 
M^ssary to protect his 
interest ha-dn. 

AExtract-Te^e: 

Karon E. Norwood, p.q. 

AC^py Teste: 

JohnV.Fentren 

Ckrk 

By: JoyA. Jcrii^Mo 

Deputy Clark 

2/7,2/14,2/21.2/28 



NOTICE OF 
PUBLIC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach 
Planning Commission will 
hold a series of public 
meetings concerning the 
proposed Comprehensive 
Plan, with each public 
meeting directed to a 
certain group of study 
areas, as follows: 

Wednesday. February 
14. 1979. 7:30 P.M. - for 
Bayside and Bayfront 
Study a^eas. 

Wednesday. February 
21. 1979. 7:30 P.M. - for 
Little Neck. Great Neck 
and Oceanfront Study 
areas. 

Wednesday, February 
28. 1979. 7:30 P.M. - for 
Kempsville and Holland 
Study areas. 

Thursday, March 8. 
1979, 7:30 P.M. - for 
Courthouse - Sandbridge 
and Pungo-Blackwater 
Study areas. 

All meetings wil^ be held 
in the City Council 
Chambers. The meetings 
are for informational 
purposes and to gain 
public comment. No 
formal action by the 
Phuuiing Commission is 
anticipated at these 
meetings. Maps and 
documents related to the 
Comprehensive Plan are 
on display in the Planning 
Department office. For 
further information^ 
contact the Planning 
Department at 427-4621 . 

Robert J. Scott 
Planning Director 

2/7.2/14,2/21.2/28.3/7 

ORDER 

Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 1st 
day of February, 1979. 

In re: Adoption of 
Davelyn Rioja Hart, and 
infant and Alberto 
Libusada Rioja, an infant 
and the change of their 
names to Davelyn Rioja 
Lines and Alberto Rioja 
Lines 

By: John Charles Lines, 
Jr. &, Rizalina Livozada 
Lines. Petitioners 

To: David Hart and Terry 
D. Sampter 



. This day came John 
Charles Lines, Jr. and 
Rizalina Livozada Lines, 
Petitioners, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
en^ect the adoption of the 
above named infant(s), 
Davelyn Rioja Hart, and 
Alberto Libusada Rioja, 
by John Charles Lines, Jr. 
and Rizalina Livozada 
Lines, husband and wife, 
and affidavit having been- 
made and fil^ that David 
Hart & Terry D. Sampter, 
the natural fathers of said 
children, are non-residents 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being: Edinburg, 
Texas and Las Vegas, 
Nevada, mpeaively. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said David Hart 
and Terry D. Sampter 
appotf before this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his/her 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to prMect his 
interest in this matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Stuart H. Held, p.q. 
24S First C^kmM Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23434 

2/7. 2/14, 2/21, 2/a 



ORDER 

Virginia: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 1st 
day of February, 1979 

Re: Estate of Thomas Lee 
Estes. deceased 

C.P.#499i 

It appearing that a 
report of the accounts of 
United Virginia 

Bank/Seaboard National, 
Personal Representatives 
of the Estate of Thomas 
Lee Estes, deceased, and 
of the debts and demands 
against his Estate has been 
filed in the Clerk's Office 
of this Court, and that six 
months have elapsed since 
the qualification, on 
motion of the personal 
representatives: It Is 
Ordered that the creditors 
of, and all others 
interested in, the Estate do 
show cause, if any they 
can, on the 23rd day of 
February, 1979, before 
this Court at its 
courtroom, against the 
payment and delivery of 
the Estate of Thomas Lee 
Estes, deceased to' the 
Legatees without 
requiring refunding 
bonds. 

It is further Ordered 
that the foregoing portion 
of this Order be published 
once a week for two 
successive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper having general 
circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

Enter: Thls"lst day of 
February, 1979. 

A Copy Teste: 

John V, Fentress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk 

I ask for this: 
Frank E.Butler, Jr. 

SUN 2/7. 2/14 



SPECIAL 
COMMISSIONER'S 

SALE OF 
VALUABLE REAL 

ESTATE 

PURSUANT to the 
terms of a certain decretal 
order entered in the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, on the 23rd day 
of January, 1979, in the 
Chancery cause of Irene 
Woodhouse, Committee 
for Osie A. Woodhouse, 
a/k/a Ocsey Woodhouse, 
against Osie A. 
Woodhouse, et als, 
defendants, the 

undersigned Special 
Commissioners will offer 
for sale, at public auction, 
at the front steps of the 
Courthouse of the Circuit 
Court Room Number One 
(# 1) of the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, on 
Friday, February 16, 
1979. at 10:00 a.m., the 
following property known 
as 436 and 440 Oceana 
Boulevard, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and 
described as follows: 

ALL those certain 
lots, pieces of 
parcels of land, 
situated near 
Oceana, known, 
numbered and 
designatol as Lots 
Nine (9) and Ten 
(10) on plat known 
as Subdivision of 
Benjamin Gimbert 
of block or plot 
number twenty- 
one (21) of Oceana 
Gardens, duly of 
record in the 
Cla-k's Office of 
die Circuit Court 
'of the City of 
Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, in Map 
Book 6, at Pi^ 
99. 

These are two (2) fifty 



(30*) foot lots that run 
back between parallel lines 
two hundred eighty (280') 
feet more or less and 
would make excellent lou 
for duplexes. There are 
several new duplexes 
across the street from this 
property. 

This property will be 
sold free from all lien^ and 
oicumbrances. 

TERMS: Cash. 

The Court reserves the 
right to reject or accept 
any and all bids. 

The purchasers will be 
required to deposit twenty 
percent of the bid price 
when the property is 
knocked down, and to 
consummate their 
purchase within ten (10) 
days after sale is approved 
by the Court. 
J. Peter Holland, III and 
Glenn B. McClanan 

Special Commissioners 

I certify that the bond 
required by above decree 
has been given by the 
Special Commissioners. 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

2/7,2/14 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 17th day of January, 
1979. 

Jacob Lee Bulluck, . 
Plaintiff, — _— .^— 

against 



Missouri Bage Cannicle 

Bulluck, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of separation 
for more than one ytai. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
3940 North Smedley St., 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvan- 
ia. 

It is ordered that 
Missouri Bage Cannicle 
Bulluck do appear on or 
before the 9tii of March, 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Sterling W. Walker, p.q. 

1/24,1/31.2/7.2/14 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 5th day of February, 
1979. 

Jerry Lee Buckmaster, 
Plaintiff, against Carolyn 
T. Buckmaster, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION . 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
without cohabitation and 
without interruption since 
November 10, 1977, a 
period of time in excess of 
one ^u-. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed th^ the defendant is 
not a resident of the state 
of Virginia, the last 
known ^wt offia »ldress 
being 120 North Uke St., 
Grays Uke, Illinois 60030 
it is ordered that Carolyn 
T. Buckmaster do app«r 
on or before the 30th of 
March. 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 



protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, D.C. 

Janet B. Burt, p.q. 

2/14,2/21,2/28,3/7 , 



ADVERTISEMENT 
FORBIDS '■. 

PROJECT: 

Proposed Running Tracks 
Princess Anne Junior 

High School 
Lynnhaven Junior High 

School 
Independence Junior High 

School 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

1. The School Board of 
the City of Virginia Beach 
will receive sealed bids for 
the furnishing of all plant, 
equipment, labor, and 
material and performing 
ail work for the above 
described project until 

2:00l».M..E.S.T 

WEDNESDAY 

FEBRUARY 28. 1979 

at the office of the School 
Administration Building, 
Municipal Center, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
Bids are to be submitted 
on the attached form of 
Bid Proposal in sealed 
envelopes bearing the 
bidder's name and address 
and clearly marked "Bid 
on Proposed Running 
-Tracks, Princess Anne 
Junior High School, 
Lynnhaven Junior High 
School, Independence 
Junior High School, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia." 
Bids will be publicly 
opened and read aloud by 
H.S. Abernathy, Assistant 
Superintendent for 
Business Affairs, at the 
time- < a«d l6<cation 
Stipulated above. "' 



2. Tlie Owner reserves 
the right to reject any and 
all bids, and to waive any 
informality in bids 
received. 

3. No bids may be 
withdrawn for a period of 
60 days after scheduled 
closing time for receipt of 
bids, unless in accordance 
with Chapter 4, Section 
11-20.2, Option No. I, 
Code of Virginia. 

4. A deposit of $20 will 
be required for a set of 
Contract Documents. 
Such deposits will be 
refunded to bona fide 
bidders only, upon return 
of plans and specifications 
within ten (10) days after 
bid opening. Deposit 
checks shall be made 
payable to William C. 
Overman Associates, P.C. 
Documents may be seen at 
the Office of the School 
Board, Municipal Center. 
Virginia Beach, or at F. W. 
Dodge Corporation and 
may be obtained at the 
office of William C. 
Overman Associates, 
P.C, 5721 Sellger Drive, 
Norfolk, Virginia, 23502. 

5. Bids must be 
accompanied by a 
certified check for not less 
than 5^0 of the Base Bid 
made payable to the 
Owner, or an acceptable 
Bid Bond in the same 
amount. Performance and 
Payment Bond in an 
amount equal to 100% of 
the Contract Price, and 
with an acceptable sur^y. 
will be required as a 
condition precendent to 
the award of the Contract 
by the Owner. 

6. The work includes 
earthwork, paving, 
drainage. and 
miscellaneous related 
work. 

2/14 



Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 5th 
day of February, 1979. 

In re: ' Adoption of 
Georgina Renee Tolson 

By: Ronald Van Hoose 
and Patricia Marie Van 
Hoose, Petitioners 

In Chancery #C-79- 187 

To: Ronnie Steve Tolson 
2% Senoia Road 
Fairburn, Georgia 
30213 

ORDER 

This day came Ronald 
Van Hoose and Patricia 
Marie Van Hoose, 
Petitioners, and 

represented that the 
objecet of this proceeding 
is to effect the adoption of 
the ' above named infant, 
Georgina Renee Tolson, 
by Ronald Van Hoose and 
Patricia Marie Van 
Hoose, husband and wife, 
and affidavit having been 
made and filed that 
Ronnie Steve Tolson, a 
natural parent of said 
child(ren), is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
296 Senoia Road, 
Fairburn, Georgia 30213. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Ronnie. Steve 
Tolson appear before tTiis 
Court within ten (10) days 
after publication of this 
Order and mdicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 

A copy tests: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

Winston G. Snider, p.q. 
5209 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 

2/14,2/21,2/28,3/7 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 6th day of February, 
1979. 

Carl Vance Bell, Plaintiff, 
against Mary Ann Bell, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 

to obtain a divorce a 

mensa et thoro to be later 

merged into a divorce a 

vinculo matrimonii from 

the said defendant, upon 

the grounds of desertion 

and adultery pursuant to 

Section 20-95 and Section 

20-91 of the Code of 

Virginia, 1950, as 

amended. And an 

affidavit having been 

made and filed that the 

defendant is not a resident 

of the State of Virginia the 

last known post office 

address being 3768 

Summer Place, Virginia 

Beach, Va. it is ordered 

thatV^ary Ann Bell do 

appear on or before the 

30th of March, 1979, and 

do what may be necessary 

to protect her interest in 

this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, D.C. 

William R. Wahab 

2/14,2/21.2/28,3/7 



Qui Thi Rhoad, Plaintiff, 
against Kenneth Allen 
Rhoad, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain separate 
maintenance, child 
custody and f|[ppbrt from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
unknown, it is ordered 
that Kenneth Ailen Rhoad 
do appear on or before the 
29th of March, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

Robert G. Clements 
3284 Virginia beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 

2/14.2/21.2/28,3/7 



MECHANICS LIEN 
SALE 

By virtue of Section 43-34 
of the Virginia Motor 
Vehicle Code, the 
undersigned will sell at 
public auction on 

February 16, 1979 
at 10:00 am 

at 4972 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, the 
following motorcycle to 
satisfy lien for repairs. 

1978 CB400T2 Honda 
Serial #401 3382 

CYCLE WORLD 

David J. Norton 
Service Manager 

2/14 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the fth day of February, 
1979. 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC 
HEARING 

Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the 
Council of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Council 
Chambers of the 
Administration Building, 
City Hall, Princess Anne 
Station, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, on Monday, 
March 5, 1979. at 1:00 
P.M.. at which time the 
following items will be 
heard: 

I . A change in the Master 
Street and Highway 
Plan to delete the 
following roads: 

(a) Old Donation 
Parkway from Great Neck 
Road to Independence 
Boulevard. 

(b) South Boulevard 
from Rosemont Road to 
Palace Green Boulevard. 

More detailed information 
is available in the 
Department of Planning. 

Ruth H. Smith 
CityQerk 

2/14,2/21 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In die Clerk's Office of 
die Ciraiit Court of tl« 
City of Virginia Be«:h, on 
tlw 17th day of January. 
1979. 

Jill Knowles C«p|», 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Harold Clark Capps. 

Def aidant. 



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Virginia BmcIi Public Noticet cont'd 






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The object of this suit is 
'to obtain a divorce a 
mensa el thoro from the 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of constructive 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Vir^nia, the last luiown 
pott office «ldress being: 
3711 Eagle Street, Kew 
West, Florida 33040. 

It is ordered that 
Harold Clark Capps do 



appear on or before the 
9th of March. 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Testc: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk 

Harry N. Gustin, p.q. 
S73S Poplar HaU Drive 
Norfolk, Virginia 
1/24,1/31.2/7,2/14 



Frank E. Butler III, Escheator for the 

City of Virginia Beach 

In Re: Various Properties 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that in accordance with Code iSS- 
1 8 1 of the Code of Virginia that the f oUowiqg parcels of 
veal property were esdieated to the Commonwealth of 
Virginia by jury verdict dated December 8, 1978 in the 
case styled CoMaiwcaitk of Virginia, by Fraak E. 
■■tier, UI, Eacheator, Chancery No. C78-1841A: 

Parcel of land known as Lot 1 7, Block 2, Wise Plat, Tax 
or Parcel Number A-1-3-5-BK-2-17 



and 



Parcel of land l^nown as Lot 19, Block 2, Wise Plat, Tax 
or Parcel Number A-1-3-5-BK-2-19 



and 



Parcel of land known as Lots 22 and 23, Block 3, Wise 
Plat. Tax or Parcel Number A- 1-3-5-BK-3-22 



(1) 1976 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, Identification No. 
1H57Q6BS380S4. titled in the name of Earl L. & 
Andrea Clark, seized and repossessed by virtue of a 
bttach of a certain security agreement dated November 
17. 1977. 

Please take notice that on tlfe 23rd day of February, 
1979. at the office of James R. McKenry. 402 Beach 
Tower, 3330 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
23451. at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
XI) 1975 AMC Matador, Identification No. 
A5A167H290385, titled in the name of Gilmore Crump, 
seized and repossessed by virtue of a breach of a certain 
security agreement dated May 26, 1978. 

Please take notice that on the 23rd day of February. 
1979, at the office of James R. McKenry. 402 Beach 
Tower. 3330 Pacific Avenue. Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
, (1) 1977 Chrysler Cordoba, Identification No. 
SS22N7R3 15479, titled in the name of Richard & Inez 
Dunston, seized and repossessed by virtue of a breach of 
a certain security agreement dated September 15, 1977. 

Please take notice that on the 23rd day of February. 
1979, at the office of James R. McKenry, 402 Beach 
Tower, 3330 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
(1) 1976 Plymouth Trail Duster. Identification No. 
AA0BE6X073883. titled in the name of Louis Boles, 
seized and repossessed by virtue of a breach of a certain 
security agreement dated May 2. 1 978. 

James R. McKenry 

Counsel for Sportsmen's Chrysler Plymouth, Inc. 

SUN2/7.2/14 



NOTICE 

Please publish the following in your newspaper on the 
7th day of February, 1 979.. 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



Virginia: 



and 



Parcel of land kndwn as Lot 3, Block 4,^ Wise Plat, Tax 
or Parcel Number A-1-3-5-BK-4-3 



and 



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Parcel of land known as Lots 19 and 20 and Z, Block 4, 
Wise Plat, Tax or Parcel Number A-I-3-5.BK-4-19 



and 



Parcel of land knov^n as Lots 12 and 13, Block 5, Wise 
Plat, Tax or Parcel NumlperA-l-3-5'BK-5-12- 

All of which parcels are located in the City of Virginia 
Beach and their owners are unknown. 

Given under my hand this 5th day of January 1979. 

Signed: Frank E. Butler III 

Published by order of Donald Haynes,'State Librvian. 
Under authority of Section 55-183 of the Code of 
Virgittia. 

1/24,1/31.2/7,2/14 

NOTICE 

Please publish the following in your newspaper on the 
7th day of February. 1979. 

Please take notice that on the 23rd day of February, 
1979, at the office of James R. McKenry, 402 Beach 
Town', 3330 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach. Virginia. 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
(1) 1975 Chrysler 4 dr. New Yorker, Identification No. 
CS43T5C121295, titled in the name of Harry C. Parker, 
seized and repossessed by virtue of a breach of a certain 
security agreement dated September 30, 1977. 

Please take notice that on the 23rd day of February, 
1979, at the office of James R. McKenry, 402 Beach 
Tower, 3330 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
23451. at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
(1) 1974 Buick 4 dr., Identification No. 
4R45c4Y 133283, titled in the name of Bea chola 
Whitney, seized and repossessed by virtue of a breach of 
a certain security agreement dated November 16. 1977. 

Please take iK>tice that on the 23rd day of February. 
1979, at the offitx of James R. McKenry, 402 Beach 
Tower, 3330 Pu:ific Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
(1) 1978 Chrysler Lebaron 2 dr., Identification No. 
FH22D8G216190, titled in the name of Vickye R. 
Brown, seiud and repossessed by virtue of a breach of a 
certain security agreement dated January 24, 1978. 



Please take notice that on the 23rd day of February, 
1979, at the office of James R. McKenry, 402 Beach 
Tower, 3330 Pacific Avenue. Virginia Beach. Virginia. 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
(1) 1976 Ford Mustang 2 dr.. Identification No. 
6F03Z13M78, titled in the name of Carl Levon Rydzik, 
seized and repossened by virtue of a breach of a certain 
wcurity agrMment dat^ March 8, 1978. 

Please take n(Xice that (m the 23rd day of FetNuary, 
1979, at the office of Jan^ R. McKenry, 402 Beach 
Tower, 3330 Pacific AvniM, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
23451, at 10:^} a.m.. we shall »(p(»e to sale, nterving 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, cm 



""Mease take notice thar on the 23rd day of fWjraary, 
1979, at the office of James R. McKenry, 402 Beach 

.. "tower, 3330 Pacific Av e nue, ^4rginia Beach, Virginia, 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
(1) 1974 Ford 2 dr. Torino, Identification No. 
4A25F161850, titled in the name of John Jacob 
Campbell, Jr., seized and repossessed by virtue of a 
breach of a certain security agreement dated June 24, 
1978. 

Please take notice that on the 23rd day of February, 
1979, at the office of James R. McKenry, 402 Beach 
TowePr 3330^ Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach. Virginia, 
2948|l^|lf'M3r*.ih.rw^ shall WMi? tbiJalfeireservi^ 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservati(iH^'6rie 
(1) 1972 Buick Lasaber 2 dr.. Identification No. 
4N57J2Y149232, titled in the name of Eloisc A. Neal, 
seized and repossessed by virtue of a breach of a certain 
security agreement dated March 18, 1977. 

Please take notice that on the 23rd day of February, 
1979. at the office of James R. McKenry. 402 Beach 
Tower, 3330 Pacific Avenue. Virginia Beach. Virginia, 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
(1) 1973 Pontiac 2 dr. HT CataHna, Identification No. 
2L57R3P196229, titled in the name of Stanley B. 
Brown, seized and repossessed by virtue of a breach of a 
certain security agreement dated May 27, 1976. 

Please take notice that on the 23rd day of February. 
1979, at the office of James R. McKenry, 402 Beach 
• Tower, 3330 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach. Virginia, 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
(1) 1974 Chevrolet Vega, Identification No. 
1V77B4U284670, titled in the name of Silvader Lewis, 
seized and repossessed by virtue of a breach of a certain 
security agreement dated September 24. 1976. 

Please take notice that on the 23rd day of February. 
1979. at the office of James R. McKenry, 402 Beach 
Tower, 3330 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
(1) 1972 AMC Gremlin, Identification No. 
A2F46SE727678, titled in the name of Michael & Rita 
Tate, seized and repossessed by virtue of a breach of a 
certain security agreement dated April 17. 1978. 

Please Uke notice that on the 23rd day of February, 
1979, at the office of James R. McKenry, 402 Beach 
Tower, 3330 Pacific Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expose to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
(1) 1973 Chevrolet M/C. Identification No. 
1H57K3B466058. titled in the name of Frank R. 
Marino, seized and repossessed by virtue of a breach of 
a certain security agreement dated October 18, 1976. 

Please take notice that on the 23rd day of February, 
1979, at the office of James R. McKenry, 402 Beach 
Tower, 3330 Pacific Avoiue, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
23451, at 10:30 a.m., we shall expc»e to sale, reserving 
to ourselves the right to bid, and with reservation, one 
(1) 1967 Olds n. Identification No. 386697M 189633, 
titted in the raune of Michael Q. Cottrell, seized and 
repMsessMi by virtue of a broich of a certain security 
agreonent dated Deconber 17, 1977. 

Jamn R, McKenry 

Counsel for Phillips Oldsmobile, Inc. 

SUN 2/7, 2/14 



The regular meeting of the Council of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Council Chambers of the 
Administration Building, City Hall. Princes Anne 
Station, Virginia Beach, Virginia on Monday February 
26. 1979, a( 5:30 p.m., at which time the following 
applications will be heard: 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSmCATION: 

PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 

1. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Raymond and 
Melinda Kauffman for a ChMge of Zoning District 
Classificaaon from AG-1 Agricultural District to M 
Light Industrial District on ceriain property located on 
the West Side of North Landing Road beginning at a 
point 352 feet North of the North Landing Bridge, 
running a distance of 390 feet along the West side of 
North Landing Road, running a distance of 190 feet 
along the Northern property line, and running a 
distance of 450 feet more or less along the Western 
property line. Said parcel contains 1.1 acres. 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 

2. , ^ ' " 

An Ordinance upon Application of R and R 
Corporation for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from R-5 Residential District to B-2 
Community-Business District on certain property 
located on the So|)th side of Princess Anne Road 
beginning at a point 600 feet more or less East of 
Providence Road, running a distance of 1325.46 feet 
along the South side of Princess Anne Road, running a 
distance of 200 feet more or less along the South side of 
Salem Road, running a distance of 796.80 feet along the 
Eastern property line, running a distance of 1214.93 feet 
along the Southern property line and running a distance 
of 933.20 feet along the Western property line. Said 
parcel contains 28.57 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. ^~r— — - . ^^.-^ -^.^^ 



Said parcel contains .70 acre. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

PUNGO BOROUGH: 

8. 

An Ordinance upon Applkation of Frank T. Williams 

for a CmM&aui Vm FtmH for 10 moWk homm on 
certain property located on the North side of Muiulan 
Road b^iniung at a point 500 feet East of Morris Neck 
Koad, running a d^ome of 1000 feet alcmg the Nortn 
side of Munden RtMd. riinnii^ a distance of 100 ftet 
dong the EasUam pr(q>erty line, runniag a cttstuice of 
1000 fMt along the Northern property line and nuiiiin| 
a distance of 100 feet along the Watn-n property line. 
Said parcel contains 2.29 acres. PUNOO BOROUOH , 

AMENDMENT: 

9, 

Resolution of the CouncU of the Qty of Virginia B«|f h 
to amend and reordain Article 2, Section 216 (0 of |he 
Comprehouive Zoning Ordinance pertaining to Spv^ 
Sign Restrictions. More detailed informatioii i^ 
available in the DqMTtment of Planning. 

10. 

Resolution of the Council of the City of Virgiiiia Beic|) 
to amend and reordain Article 1, Section 111 of t)ie 
Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining \o 
definition for Land Management Dwelling Groups. 
More detailed information is available in t|ie 
Department of Planning. . 

II. 

Resolution of the Council of the City of Virginia Beach 
to amend and reordain Article 4, Section 401 of t|ie 
Comprdiensive Zoning OrdioanM pertaining to i^ 
regulations for Land Manai^ment Dwelling Groups. 
More Detailed information is available in tbf 
Department of Planning. 

Plats with more detailed information are>available in ^le 
Department of Planning. 

RuthH. Smith 
City Clerk 



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BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 



An Ordinance upon Application of W.W. Rose for a 
Change of Zoning District Chusiflcation from R-8 
Residential District to B-4 Resort-COmmercial District 
on certain property located on the West side of DuPont 
Circle, beginning at a point 82.37 feet North of Shore 
Drive, running a distance of 197 feet along the West side 
of DuPont Circle, running a distance of 205 feet along 
the West side of Dinwiddle Road and running a distance 
of 224.06 feet.,along the. Souther5[^|irj?patjf,4|fie„^d 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 



An Ordinance upon Application of Structures of 
Virginia for a Change of Zoning District CiassiflcatioB 

from R-S Residential District to A-2 Apartment District 
on certain property located on the South side of Old 
Donation Parkway beginning at a point 1840 feet more 
or less West of First Colonial Road, running a distance 
of 360 feet along the South side of Old Donation 
Parkway, running a distance of 870 feet along the 
Western property line, running a distance of 700 feet 
along the Southern property line, running a distance of 
524.91 feet in a Northeasteriy direction and running a 
distance of 734.99 feet in a Northwesterly direction. 
Said parcel contains 15 acres. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 



An Ordinance upon Application of The Bailey Wick 
Company, a General Partnership, for a Chu^ of 
Zoning District Chi^flcation from A-1 Apartment 
District to A-2 Apartment District on certain property 
located on the South side of Old Virginia Beach Road 
beginning at a point 260 feet more or las East of West 
Lane, running a distance of 145.78 feet along the South 
side of Old Virginia Beach Road, running a distance of 
248.09 feet along the Eastern property line, nmning a 
distance of 136.72 feet along the Southo-n property Une 
and running i distance of 197.50 feet along the Western 
property line. Said parcel contains .699 acre. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

6. ' 

An Ordinance upon Appliaition of The Christian 
Teaching Center, Inc.. for a CoMtttfoaal Use Pcrarit for 
a church on certain property lcoat«l on the North ride 
of Virginia Beach Boulevard, banning at a point 200 
feet more or less West of Hutton Lane, running a 
distance of 652 ftet more or less along the North side of 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, nmning a distmce of 445 
feet along the Western property Une. rtunlng a distant 
of 750 feet more or Iras along the Northern propoly line 
(Lynnhaven River) and nmning a distance of 170 feet 
more or less along tlu Eastern (Mroperty Une. Said par^ 
contains 3.8 acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



An Ordinance upon AppUcation of Exxon Q>rponti(Hi 
for a ConditiwMl Use Pervdt for u autom(H>ik aenwe 
station on ^rtain propmy located at tl» NortteaM 
corner of Indian River Rcwd and Stricktaod Boule^wd. 
running a distance of 175 feet tkmg the I^wth wSe of 
Indian River Road, running a dManw of 175 fe^i^Mig 
the Eastern property Une, running a ittstuwe of 17S teH 
along the Northern pnpmy Um and rtuniiv a^ttast 
of 175 feet along the East side of Strickland Boolevi^. 



In the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 6th day of February, 1979. 

and earne tfobb. adtlress ^m^mmM^^^ 
be dead, their surviving spouses, if any. heirs at law, 
devisees and assigns, whose munes are unknown imh^ 
lien creditors of any of said parties, if any there be, and 
all other persons, having an interest in these 
proceedings, whose names are unknown, all of whiph 
parties being hereby proceeded against as "Parties 
Unknown." Defendant 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is to acquire by condemnation 
the fee simple title to a certain parcel of land situatefi |n 
the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, for tile 
construction and maintenance of that certain pubii; 
street or highway known as "19th Street" whi(;h 
property is shown more particularly in the petition i^k) 
ochibits attached thereto on file in the office of tlie 
CiCTk of this Court. And an affidavit having been mi|4e 
and filed that the defendant Carrie Cobb, address fg 
unknown and the tames of addresses of her ^e^ 
creditors, if any there be. are unknown after (itie 
diligence having been used by or on behalf of the 
petitioner to ascertain in what country or corporation 
they or any of them may be. without success, it is 
ordered that the defradants do appear within ten (10) 
days after due publication, and do what may be 
necessary to protect their interest in this suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress. Clwfc 

By: Karen A.Kq)hart, p.C. 

Jay A. Richardson 
Assistant City Attorney 
Munidiwl Center 
Virginia Beach. VA 23456 

2/14.2/21 



^^lrginia: In the Circuit Court of the City of Virgipi| 
Beach 

City of Virginia Beach, 

a Munldpal Corporation, Petitioner, 

V. 

Duelk Graves 

447 N. Oceana Boulevard 

Virginia Beach, VA 23453 

and 

Carrie Cobb 

addrea unknown, and if any of tl^m be d«ul. tl^r 
surviving spouse, if any, hdrs at law. (tevisea an! 
asrigns, whme n^ ue unkiwwn. ami \\m er«Ut<^ 
of ttiy of said parttei. If any ttoe be, ami an m^ 
p«r^s, iMvIng an inters in tl^e p^^^Unp. whfi^ 
naii»s are unknown, aO of wMdi pmte being h«^ 
jimeeeied i^nst as "Partte Unknown." 

Defendant. 



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VIRGINU BEACH SUND WEPWESDAY. WagUARY 14, 1*79 11 



Vfrginia Beach Public Notices cont'd 



PETITION ^ 
To the Honorable Judges of the Court aforesaid: 

^' Jw°?' P"'»'on«r. City of Virginia^ Beach, a 
munidN corporation, respectfully represents that it is 
a political subdivision of the Commonwealth of 
Vif^a which has been authorized by law to condemn 
lands ^ for the purpose of construction, widening, 
improving and maintaining public streets and highways 
within Its jurisdiction. 

2. The property intended to be taken in this 
proceeding is shown on a plat filed herewith marked 
•'&thibit A," and outUned in red thereon and described 
as follows: 

The land or interest therein, hereinafter 
d«cribedlics in the City bf Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and'is shown as Lots 1 and 2, Block 
10 on that certain plat entitled "Virginia 
Beach Annex No. 2. Norfolk, Virginia," 
dated July 1905, which plat is recorded in the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, in Map Book 3, at Page ' 
24. 

3. The interest or estate intended to be taken and 
compensated for in this proceeding is the fee simple title 
to the property hereinabove, pursuant to Section 15.1- 
236 et seq.. Title 33.1 Chapter 1, Article 7 and Title 25 
Chapter 1.1 of the Code of Virginia, 1950, as amended 
and such other general laws are applicable for the 
purpose of condemning the hereinabove described 
property. 

4. The property to be acquired by this proceeding is 
necessary for the construction, reconstruction. 
alternation, maintenance and repair of a portion or 
portions of a public highway, known as "19th Street," 
and is part of the road system in the City of Virginia 
Beach. Virginia. 

5. Your petitioner has made a bonafide, but 
ineffectual effort to acquire the property by purchase, 
but has been unable to do so because the names and 
addresses of certain inrties who may have an interest in 
the property are unknown and it is believed the known 
parties cannot convey marketable title to the property to 
be condemned. __ / 

6. Hie names of the known owners whose property is 



specifiMi, the undersigned will move the Com to 
submit a panel of prospective commissioners on your 
behalf, and from the lists submitted to select a panel of 
nine (9) freehtrfders to be summoned for the trial of the 
issue of just compensation. 

You are further notified that Grounds of Dsfense 
sh«ll be filed, in writing, within twenty-one (21) days 
from the date this Notice is duly served, and it iliall 
include the value of the prope'rty to be taken and an 
appraisal of any and all damages which may result to 
the residue by reason of the taking. 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 

By:JayA. Richwdson 

Counsel 



of any of said parties, if any there be. and all other 
persons, having an interest in these proixedings,. whose 
Mmes are unknown, all of which parties being hereby 
proceeded against as "Parties Unknown." Defendants. 

AFFIDAVIT FOR ORDER OF PUBLICATION 



NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 



Jay A. Richardson 
Deputy City Attorney 
MunicifMl Center 
Viiiinia Beach, VA 23456 



to be taken or affected are: Duella Graves, Carrie Cobb, 
their heirs at law, devisees and assigns. 

Wherefore, your petitions prays for appointment of 
conmiissioners as pro\ided by law to ascertain what wOl 
constitute just compensation for the land or other 
'^ property to be condonned for the uses of the City of 
Virginia Beach herein, and to award damages, if any, 
resulting to the adjacmt or other property of the owners 
beyond any enhancement in value to such i^&pett^ 
which may accrue by reason of the acquisition and use 
X(f<shei)r8i%ty'c«ideiitfi^ ^"-^"':" .:?rt ..■ .^m^w jrr 

aTY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 



Virginia: In the Circuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach 

City of Virginia Beach, 

a Municipal Corporation, Petitioner, 

V. 

Duella Graves 

447 N. Oceana Boulevard 

Virginia Beach. VA 23453 

and 

Carrie Cobb 

address unknown, and if any of them be dead, their 
surviving spouses, if any, heirs at law. devisees and 
assigns, whose nanus are unknown, and lien creditors 
of any of said parties, if any there be, and all other 
persons, whoae names are unknown, aU of which parties 
being hereby proceeded against as "Parties Unknown." 
Defendants 

ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In this parooieejaig the jiedfidlier seeks to acquire by 

condonnation the fee simple title to a certain paroei of 

Jffid situated in the City of Virginia Bach. VirginiaKfor 

the construction and maintenance of that certain public 



State of Virginia 

City of Virginia Beach, to wit: 

This day personally appeared before me Kathleen B. 
Grier, a Notary Public in and for the City of Virginia 
■each. i» the State of Virginia, in the City and State 
aforesaid, Jay A. Richardson, Agent and Attorney for 
the aty of Virginia Beach, who first being duly sworn 
made oath and said: 

That in the above styled cause pending in the Circuit 
Court of the City of Virginia Beach, the address of 
Carrie Cobb is unknown and the names and addresses 
of her lien creditors, if any there be, are unknown after 
due dili^nce having been used by or on behalf of the 
p^tioner to ascertain in what country or corporation 
they or any of them may be, without success, and the 
names of any other persons except Duella Graves, who 
may have any interest in the property to be condemned 
in these proceedings are unknown and are hereby 
proceeded against as "Parties Unknown." 

. ^ Jay A. Richardson 

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO before me, 
Kathleen B. Grier, a Notary Public in and for the City 
of Virginia Beach. State of Virginia, this 5th day of 
February, 1979. ^ 

My Cwnmission expires: April 13, 1981 



TlK Commiaion af^^jgcLwu) inltml 
RAeria iMjimMft^m Richmond. 
Vinl^|,^rJlmi«r» 12. 1979. ordered ihc 
rollowini proposed chtntrs in Hs 
refuhuioni pursuant lo Simom »-l25, »- 
I2< lod 29-127 of iIk Code of Virginia A 
puMic hearing for ihe purpose of adopting 
Hich changes will be held at the Holiday Inn 
■ We«. iHX W. Broad Siren, Richmond, 
Virginia, ai 9:30 a.m.. February 23. 1979. 

CHAPTER 23. Fishing Generally. 

Amend Regulation R21.«ioread as fij^lows: 

In accordance with authority conferred by 
I 29-11 of the Code of Virginia, the 
Commission finds and declares the 
following species to be predatory or 
undesirable within the meaning and intern 
of those terms as used in { 29-158 of the 
Code. In that their introduction into ihe 
State will be detrimental ro the native fish • 
resaur<»i of Virginia: Piranha (any of the 
genut Scrrasalmus. Rooscveliiell|, 
Pygoceninis), walking catfish (any of genus 
Garias). cichlid (Texas) perch (CichUsoma 
cyanofuliaium) or grass carp (any of genus 
Ctenoptnryngodon). 

It shall be unlawful, pursuant to i 29-158 
of the Code, to import, cause to be 
imponcd, buy, sell or offer for sale or 
liberate within the Slate any of the above- 
named species unless a permit therefor is 
first obtained from the Commission. 

Adopt a new regulation to be numbered 
R23-«. I to read as follows: 

It shall be unlawful lo stock any fish 
species into any State-owned impoundment, 
or any impoundment under the control of 
Ihe Commission, without first obtaining » 
permit to do so from the Commission. 

Amend Refulation R23-9 (a) and (c) to rnd 
as follows: 

(a) Unless otherwise posted at each 
recogniad entrance to any Commis.sion- 
owned or controlled lake, pond or Mream. 



Ihc use nf gasoline motors is prohiMied. 
except by Commission employees on official 
duly. 

(c) Unless olhefwisr posted at each 
recogniicd entrance lo any Commission- 
owned or controlled lake, pond or stream, 
Ihe hours of Use shall be from one hour 
before sunrise to one hour after sunset. 

Adopt a new regulation to be numbered 
R23- 1 3 to read as follows: 

No person shall organire. conduct, 
supervise, or solicit entries for, striped bass 
fishing tournaments, rodeos, or other 
striped bass fishing events on the inland 
waters of this Stale, for which prizes are 
offered, awarded, or accepted, either in 
money or other valuable considerations, 
wiihoHi having applied for and obtained a 
permit from the Commission to do so. The 
Executive Director is luthorind on behalf 
of the Commission lo issue or deny permits 
pursuant to this regulation after 
consultation with the State Fish Holofist or 
other appropriate members of ihe Fish 
Division Staff. 

CHAPTER 27. 

Minnows, Hellgrammitcs and Crayfish. 

Amend Regulation R27-2 to read as 
follows: 

Minnows may be taken from the public 
inland waters by any person for private use 
as bait and not for sale with a minnow haul 
seine not exceeding four feel in depth hy 
fifteen feet in length or by an umbrella type 
net not exceeding five by five feel or five feel 
in diameter and with small minnow traps. 
No permii shall be required for taking 
minnows for private use. 

COMMISSION OF GAME 
AND INLAND FISHERIES 

Dr. James R. Knight, Jr., Chairman 
2/14 



Kathleen B. Crier 
Notary Public 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

State Water Control Board 
Tidewater Regional Of fice 
287 Pembroke Office Park 
Suite 310 Pembroke No. 2 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 23462 
Telephone: 804/499-8742 



By: Jay A. Richardson 
OfCounsel 

Subscribed and Sworn to before me Kathleen B. 
Grier a Notary Public in and for the City of Virginia 
Beach, Sute of Virginia, this 5th day of February, 1979. 
My Commission ocpires: April 13, 1981. 

Kathleen B. Orior 
Notary Public 



Virginia: In the Circuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach 

City of Virginia Beach. 

a Municipal Corporation, Petitioner 

v. 

Dudia Graves 

447 N. Oceana Boulevard 

Virginia Beach, VA 23453 

and 

Carrie Cobb, 

ackiress unknown, and if any of them be d«ui, their 

surviving spouses, if any. heirs at law, devisees and 

assigns, whose names are unknown, and lien creditors 

of any of said partin, if any therebe, and all other 

pawns, having an interest in these proceedings, whose 

namn are unknown all of which parties being hereby 

proceeded against as "Parties Unknown." 

NOTICE 

To: Duella Graves 

447 N. Oceana Boulevvd 
Virginia Beach, VA 23453 

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the City of 

Vlr^nia Batch. Viiginia, a municipal corporation, will, 

ra the 1st <biy of Mardi, 1979, at 9:30 o'clock A.M., or 

as soon theroifter as counsel may be hMrd. lyjply to the 

Judge of tlw Circuit Court of the City of Virginia 

B^di. Viiiinia. at the Cwirthouse th«^>f, *f(n- the 

ai^ointffioit of commissiono's to ascertain what will be 

the just compensation for certain lands or interests 

therein which the City of Virginia Beach prt^ioses to 

dfodemn for PROJECT known as NINETEENTH 

SntEET. as shown on the plat att«:^ to tte P^itlM 

filed in tlw above stjrted oiuse, and to awwd damage, if 

any, resulting to the adJKoit or rraudnhig propoty of 

the (mner(s}, hv^oA the enhaiKxniait in value to such 

pitH>erty whteh may woexvt bi reawn of the taking and 

oonstruction of the work moitionai. The owno^ip, 

locatimi and description of the property which is 

proposed to be condemned, the nature of the 

ci^MivctKMi and the location of the project will fully 

tVfitm in tht Petition and ochibits filed with tte sanw. 

A eo|V of tte I^itiMi is ann»ai ho^o. 

Ifymi fall to appov and sulnnit a list of |M-Mp«:tive 
commissioners at the date and time hereinabove 



thereof, Hi 
o'clock A^ 
heard, fc 
ascertain. 
And it 



street or highway known as "19th Street," whkh 
property is shown and described more particularly in the 
petition and exhlMts attached thereto on file in the 
office of the Clerk of this Court, to which referaioc is 
her^y made for a full and accurate description thveof ; 
and for the appointment of commissioners to ascertain 
jutt (»mpensation to the owners of any estate or Interest 
in the property to be tidcen or affected as a result of the 
taking UMiitte thffcofl^ the p^ioner. 
fbr iUt#||tt1>(il(i rhe petKidn«r wiU ijp^ ^ ^ 

^ta. Virginia Beach, VA, at 9:30 

or ao'^eon thereafter as counsel may be 

the appointnient of commissioners to 

St compensation as aforesaid. 

>pearing by affidavit filed according to law 

that the following owners are not residenu of the State 

of Virginia, or their names and addresses are not known 

aiui that dUigrace has beai used by and on behalf of 

the petitioner to ascertain such names and addresses 

without effect: Carrie Ct^b and her lien creditors, if 

any, and hefa-s a^ law. if any; it is ORDERED that the 

afpresaid ownov do iq^pcar within ten (10) days after 

due publicatitm of this order in the Clerk's Office of the 

arcuit Court of the City of Virginia Beach. Virginia. 

and to do what is necessary to protect their int«ests; 

and it is FURTHER ORDERED that if any of the above 

named ownot deure to asMrt any objection or defense 

to the taking or damaging of his propoty or to the 

jurisdiction of the Court to hear the case and to proceed 

with the 4>pointment of ctnnmissionaY he shall file his 

answa and grounds of defense deagnating the property 

in which he claims to be interested, the grounds of any 

objection or defense to the taking or «<^»wiiging of his 

piopnty (M- to the juriKllction of the Court to hear the 

case and to proceed with the appointment of 

commissioners for the determination of just 

compoisation. 

Should any sudi owner fail 16 file his answer and 
grounds of defense as hereinabove provided, such 
failure shall not precliule the owner from appoulng on 
the date set for the iM)pointment of commissioners nor 
from presenting evidence as to valuation and dama^ 
not from sharing in the award of just compensation 
according to his interest th»ein or otherwise protecting 
his righu. but siuA failure shall preclude such owno^ 
from any other (tefense by way of pleas In l»r, 
abatamnt or othwwiae. 

And k is FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this 
ORDER shall be imblished mice a week for two 
consecutive weeks in the Viri^ Bcaeb Sm, and a cO|^ 
hereof shall be pmted on the bulletin board of this 
Court. 



Application for National Pollutant Discharge 
jaininaUon System (NPDES) Permit to Discharge to 
ftatc Waters and Application for State Certificate 
under Section 62.1-44.2 et seq. of the Code of Virginia 
(1950), as amended. 

Public Notice Number: VA-TRO-M-0137 

PuMic Notice Issue Date: 

The following discharger has applied for an NPDES 



ORDER 

Virginia: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 7th 
day of February, 1979./ 

Op 

>y Alfred E. Smith. 

Plaintiff, 

vs. 

_^ Robert Lee Smith, Jr. and 

Virginia WilliamsSmith, 

Defendants. 

In Chiyiccry No. 78-2240A 



Hope Haven • Union Mission 
3000 North Landing Road 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 23456 

Permit No. VA0064289 

Flow: .012 MOD 

Receiving Stream: Unnamed tributary to the North 
Landing River; Chowan and Dismal Swamp Basin; 
Albemarle Sound Subbasin; Section 1; Class II B 



IXscharge: Existing Domestic 

The permittee treats sewage conveyed to the treatment 
faculties. 

On the basis of preliminary review and application of 
lawful standards and r^ulations, the State Water 
CcMitrol Board proposes to issue a permit subject to 
certain effluent limitations and special conditions. 
These proposed determinations are toitative. 

Procedures for the Formulation 
of Final Determinations 

Persons nwy comment in writing to the Board on the 
proposed permit within 30 days from the date of this 
no^. Comments shall include the name, address, and 
t^Mwne number of the writer, and shall contain a 
oonqriete, concise statement of the factual basis for the 
ooonmts. OtAy those comments rKdved within this 
period will be considered by the Board. Hm Board may, 
i4Nm request or upon its own motion, dedde to hold a 
pubUe hearing if h determines that public r^ponse is 
signifioMt. 

AU pertinent information is on file and may be 
inspected, and arrangements made for copying, at the 
State Wa^ CcMtrol Board. Tidewater R^ional Office, 
217 Pembroke Office Park, Suite 310 Pembroke No. 2, 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 23462. 804/499-8742. 



Virginia: In the Circuit C^urt of the City of Virginia 
Beach 

City of Virginia Beadi, 

a Municipal Corporation, Petitioner, 



V. 



IHMUa Graves 

447 N. OcMna Boutevard 

Virginia Beach. VA 23453 

and 



Foltowing the <»mment period, the Board wiU make its 
de^minMions r^vding the ^^oposeA permit. These 
d^rminations wiU become effective, unless the Board 
threats a irabUc hearing. Due notice of any public 
/ tearing wiU be ^voi. 

SUN 2/14, 2/21 

' ~ NOTICE 

Pleaie take notice that the undersigned partners will 
apply to the Virginia AlcohoUc Beverage Control Board 
for • ratatt Ucense to seU beer for On & Off premises 
eeMumptkm at T/A Side &reet Cafe. WiA 22nd 
Stre«, Virginia Beach. Virginia. 23^1. 

WUUaoi R. Branyan/Owner 
MiK^im Awiyan/Owner 

Sun 2/14 _.. 

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This Cause came on to 
be heard upon the petition 
of Alfred E. Smith 
praying that Robert Lee 
Smith, Jr. be declared 
legally dead pursuant to 
Title 64.1-105 et seq. of 
the Code of Virginia, 
1950, as amended r and 
was argued by counsel; 
and 

It appearing to the 
Court that Alfred E. 
Smith is a resident of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia and is a brother 
of Robert Lee Smith, Jr. 
who resided in the County 
of Princess Anne, 
Virginia, now the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia; 
that Robert Lee Smith, Jr. 
was an heir at law of 
Robert Lee Smith, Sr., his 
father, who died intestate 
in 1934; that as an heir at 
law of Robert Lee Smith, 
Sr., Robert Lee Smith, Jr. 
acquired an undivided 
fractional share in 
approximately six acres of 
real property located in 
the Little Neck Area of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia; that Robert Lee 
Smith, Jr. was born in the 
City of Norfolk, Virginia 
and resided in the County 
of Princess Anne, Virginia 
for all. or most of, his life 
and that most of the 
surviving members of his 
immediate family live in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia; that 
Robert Lee Smith, Jr. was 
last seen by any member 
of his immediate family in 
September or October of 
1960 and has not been 
seen or heard from since 
September or October of 
1960; that more than 
seven years have now 
elapsed since Robert Lee 
Smith, Jr. was last seen, 
or heard from, by 
members of his family, 
thereby raising the 
pr^uroption that Robert 
Lee Smith, Jr. and his 
wife and children, if any, 
are d^xased; that Alfred 
E. Smith and other 
monbers of the immediate 
family of Robert Lee 
Smith, Jr. have used due 
diligence to locate Robert 
Lee Smith, Jr. and have 
been unable to do so; that 
the only hdr at law of 
Robot Lee Smith, Jr., if 
debased, would be his 
nKXher, Virginia Williams 



Smith, who is a resident of 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia; that 
Robert Lee Smith, Jr. left 
no known last will and 
testament and that the 
only known asset of 
Robert Lee Smith, Jr. is 
the aforesaid undivided 
interest in real estate and 
that there is no necessity^ 
for grant of letters of 
administration; and that 
on the 19th day of 
December, 1978, this 
Court did enter an Order 
in accordance with Section 
64.1-105 et seq. of the 
Code of Virginia, 1950, as 
amended; and that, 
pursuant to said Order, 
notice was published in 
the Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper published in 
the-City "of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia in 
accordance with said 
Order on December 27, 
1978 and January 3, 
January 10 and January 
17, 1979; that the said 
Robert Lee Smith, Jr. did 
not respond to the 
published notice 

aforesaid; and that this 
Court is satisfied that the 
legal presumption of 
death is made out herein 
and is satisfied that the 
said Robert Lee Smith, Jr. 
is dead. 

It is therefore ordered 
that this Order be 
published in the Virginia 
Beach Sun once a week for 
two successive weeks; and, 
further, that it be 
published in the Miami 
Herald, a newspaper of 
general circulation in the 
City of Miami, Florida, 
once a week for two 
successive weeks. 

It is further ordered that 
the said Robert Lee Smith, 
Jr., if alive, or any person 
for him, produce to the 
Court within twelve weeks 
from the date of the last 
publication of this order, 
satisfactory evidence of 
the continuance in life of 
the said Robert Lee Smith, <: 
Jr. 

H is further ordered that 
Virginia Williams Smith 
be made a party defendant 
to this proceeding and that 
the style of this suit be 
amended to "Alfred E. 
Smith, Plaintiff v. Robert 
Lee Smith, Jr. and 
Virginia Williams Smith, 
Defendants." 

Entered this 7th day of 
February, 1979. 



A Copy Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Qerk 

1 ask for this: 

Thomas M. Ammons, III 

968 South Oriole Drive 

Suite 203 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 



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Virginia Beach Public Notices cont'd 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach Board of Zoning Appeals will 
conduct a Public Hearing on Wednesday, March 7, 
1979, at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 
Administration Building, Municipal Center, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. The following applications will appear 
on the agenda. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. William H. Perry, Trustee, requests a variance of 
2.26 acres of land to .74 acres instead of 3 acres of land 
as required for a church on Lots 11, 12, 13, 14 & 15, 
North Duke Town, Oceana Gardens, 448 Rudder Road. 
Lynn haven Borough. ' 

2. Michael J. and Barbara L. Stock requests a variance 
to allow parking of major recreational equipment in 
front of a building instead of behind the nearest portion 
of a building adjacent to a public street on Lot 539, 
Section 2, Brigadoon, 5305 Doon Street. Kempsville 
Borough. 

3. Earleen Corn requests a variance to allow parking of 
major recreational equipment in front of a building 
instead of behind the nearest portion of a building 
adjacent to a public street on Lot 527, Section 2, Part 2, 
Brigadoon, 5313 MacChonanchy Street. Kempsville 
Borough. 

4. William Edward and Jo Ellen Tatem request a 
variance of 7 feet to a 13 foot side yard adjacent to a 
street (Applewood Lane) instead of 20 feet as required 
and of 5 feet to a 5 foot rear yard setback instead of 10 
feet as required (accessory building) on Lot 67, 
Pinewood Gardens, 2901 Pinewood Drive. Lynnhaven 
Borough. J 



5. Luke Constantinides by Jack B. Haworth requests a 
variance of 10 feet to a "0" setback from 10th Street 
instead of 10 feet as required and of 63 parking spaces 
to "0" parking spaces instead of 63 parking spaces as 
required (retail shops and restaurant) Lots 12 and 14, 
Block 10, Virginia Beach Development Co., Southwest 
Corner of Atlantic Avenue and 10th Street. Virginia 
Beach Borough. 



6. Oceana Church of Christby Bill F. Weeks requests a 
variance of 5 feet to a 20 foot side yard adjacent to a 
street (Garcia Drive) instead of 25 feet as required on 
Lots C, D, E, M & L, Oceana, 1640 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. Lynnhaven Bbrough. 

7. G.B. Bobb requests a variance to allow parking of a 
major recreational equipment in front of a building 
instead of behind the nearest portion of a building 
adjacent to a public street on Site B of Lot 1 , Block A, 
Section 5, Brandon, 1814 Rich Court. Kempsville 
Borough. 

r 

8. Banner Construction Corporation by Jesse W. 
Cobb, Vice President, requests a variance of 4 feet to a 
26 foot front yard setback instead of 30 feet as required 
of Lot 64, Block C, Section 9, Lake Placid, Hamill 
Court. Princess Anne Borough. 

9. D.G. and S.P. Baggett requests a variance of 10 feet 
to a 20 foot front yard setback instead of 30 feet as 
required on Lot 8 and 9, Block A, Chubb Lake Terrace, 
Chubb Lake Avenue. Bayside Borough. 

10. Jack D. Hixon requests a variance of 14 feet to a 
36 foot front yard setback instead of 50 feet as required 
and of 10 feet to a 10 foot side yard setback (east side) 
instead of 20 feet as required on a Parcel, 1 .4 acre tract, 
W.S. Jarvis Plat, Lynnhaven Acres, Petty Road. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

1 1 . Alfred L. Blake, Jr. requests a variance of 30 feet 
to a "0" setback instead of 30 feet as required of any 
yard adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean and of 2 feet to a 6 
foot side yard setback (north side) instead of 8 feet as 
required (trellis over existing 2nd floor porch) on Lot 5, 
Block 2, New Virginia Beach Corporation, 6102 
Ocean front. Lynnhaven Borough. 

12. Donald R. Bunyan requests a variance to allow 
parking of major recreational equipment in front of a 
building instead of behind the nearest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 21, Block 4, 
Section 2, Windsor Woods, 3748 S. Plaza Trail. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

13. Walter E. Doyle requests a variance of 20 feet to a 
30 foot setback from Inlynnview Road instead of 50 feet 
as required (swimming pool) on Lot 15, Southern Points 
North, 2309 Southern Point Court. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

1 4. Howard A. Ossen requests a variance of 35 feet to a 
"0" setback from Old Providence Road instead of 35 
feet as required onaSite D, (Ferry Plantation Road) 
Knob Hill Area, 6121 Indian River Road. Kempsville 
Borough. 

15. Loren E. Duval requests a variance of .4 feet to a 
9.6 foot side yard setback instead of 10 feet as required 
(addition - northeast property line) on Lot 27, Section 1, 
Eastern Park, 505 Baldwin Street. Lynnhaven Borough. 

16. John B. Nelson requests a variance of 5 feet to a 45 
foot front yard setback instead of 50 feet as required on 
Lot 5, Section 1, Wishart Cove, 1117 Baileywick Drive. 
Bayside Borough. 

1 7. William K. Wright requests a variance of 8 feet to a 
"0" side yard setback instead of 8 feet as requiml 
(north side) and of 30 feet to a "0" setback instead of 30 
feet as required of a yard adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean 
(deck) on Lots 5 and 6, Block 21. Section E, Cape 
Henry Syndicate, 6302 Oceanfront. Lynnhaven 

RArniinh 



18. Stevens M. Jones requests a variance of 1 1 percent 
of lot coverage to 36 percent lot coverage instead of 25 
percent lot coverage as required when half VA) of the 
gross leasable floor area is abpve 25 feet in height on 
Lots 1. 2, and 3, Square 23, Norfolk and Virginia Beach 
Railroad Co., Atlantic Avenue and 24th Street. Virginia 
Beach Borough. 

19. Louis Krbee III and William Bark ley request a 
variance of 72 parking spaces to "0" parking spaces 
instead of 72 parking spaces as required for a dance and 
recreational hall on Lots 12 and 14, Block 4, 1914 
Atlantic Avienue. Virginia Beach Borough. 

20. Christopher G. Pappas requests a variance of 2 feet 
in fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence 
as allowed in a required setback from a street (Indian 
Lakies Boulevard) on Lot 69, Section 1, Brigadoon, 5401 
Doon Street. Kempsville Borough. 

All applicants must appeal before the Board. 

W.L. Towers 
Secretary 

SUNs2/14, 2/21 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Cqurt of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 8th day of February, 
1979. 

Marfehe Yvonne Miller, 
Plaintiff, against Rick 
William Miller, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce. A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of separation 
for more than one year. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 



resident of the state of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Muldon Place, 

Anchorage. Alaska, it is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 2nd of 
April, 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy- Teste: 
John V. Fentress 
Clerk 
J. Curtis Fruit « 
Deputy Clerk- 
Mr. Frank E. Butler, III 
2420 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

2/14,2/21,2/28.3/7 



Beach lawyer suspended 



The Virginia State Bar 
Disciplinary Board has 
suspended the Virginia 
law license of Virginia 
Beach lawyer Gerald 
Rubinger, 42. who was 
convicted Dec. 13 by the 
Circuit Court of "Virginia 
Beach on a charge of 
bribing witnesses. 

The disciplinary board's 
suspension order takes 
into consideration the fact 
that bribery constitutes a 
crime under Rules of the 
Supreme Court of 
Virginia governing the 
ethical conduct of 
lawyers. 

The suspension will 



remain in effect pending a 
disciplinary board hearing 
Feb. 22 in Richmond to 
determine whether 
Rubinger's liwnse should 
be revoked. Rubinger will 
have an opportunity at the 
hearing to demonstrate 
sufficient cause as to why 
his law license should not 
be revoked. 

Should Rubinger, who 
lives on North Lynhaven 
Road, Virginia Beach, 
appeal his bribery 
conviction by the Circuit 
Court, the suspension 
order will remain in effect 
until the appeal is settled. 



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Attention Virginia Beacli 




A Word to the Wise ... 

CLASSIFIED ADS REALLY MEASURE UP 



When you're in business in Virginia Beach, the 
more people thiit know about you... the more 
business youMl have. Don't sell classifieds short. 
They can prove a vital selling force for you. Other 
advertising mediums just don't measure up to the 
hometown audience and quick response our want 
ads can bring you... and at the most reasonable 
prices. 



In fact, our classifieds fill the bill wjien it comes 
to buying, selling or renting just about anything 
at all In Virginia Beach! The listings cover a 
diversified field of categories, and they're tailored 
to save time and money for you. 

Sun classifieds are a smart way to do business 
in Virginia Beach. Give us a call and let us put 
them to work for you. You'll be glad you did. 



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lieach military update 



Plafz 

Coast Guard Lieutenant Bruce W. Platz Jr., son of 
Bruce W. and Patricia A. Pli^tz of Siikise Drive, 
Virginia Beach, is^ participating in an oceanographic 
research,mission in the North Atlantic. 

He is executive officer of the Coast Guard cutter 
Evergreen, homeported in New London, Conn. 

The Evergreen will be conducting experiments with 
various types of life rafts to determine drift patterns 
under various weather conditions. The findings will aid 
world wide search and rescue efforts. Port visits are 
scheduled in Charleston, S.C. and Bermuda. 

Platz is a 1971 graduate of the U.S. Coast Guard 
Academy, New London, Conn., with a Bachelor of 
Science degree, and a graduate of the Naval 
Postgraduate School, Monterey, Calif., with a Master 
of Science degree. 



Chapman 



Elliott 



Cachaper 



Coast Guard Ensign Eric K. Chapman, son of 
Kendall J. Chapman, and stepson of Francis E. 
Chapman, both of Ewell Road, Virginia Beach, was 
graduated from the National Search and Re#cue (SAR) 
School. 

The four-week course at the Coast Guard Training 
Center, Governors Island, New York City, was designed 
to prepare students for duty in rescue coordination 
centers of aboard rescue ships and aircraft. The school 
is joint Coast Guard-Air Force Activity which presents 
standarized doctrine and techniques for personnel from 
military. Federal and civilian agencies involved in SAR 
efforts. 

He is a 1974 graduate of Bayside High School, and a 
1978 graduate of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy with a 
Bachelor of Science degree. 



Marine Lance Corporal James R. Elliott, son of John 
N. and Martha Elliott of Burton Station Road, Virginia 
Beach, recently departed for a deployment in the 
Mediterranean Sea. 

He is a member of the 3d Battalion, Eighth Marines, 
based at Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, N.C. 

His unit is embarked aboard the amphibious assault 
ship USS IWo Jima, operating as a unit of the U.S. Sixth 
Fleet. 

During the cruise, his unit |s scheduled to participate 
in various amphibious training exercises with other 
Sixth Fleet units and those of allied nations. Port visits 
are scheduled in Rota and Palma, Spain and Naples, 
Italy. 

A 1975 graduate of Bayside High School, he joined 
the Marine Corps in August 1 976. 



Oceana unit retires Captain's Cup after tiiree triumplis 



The old adage that says "three times is a charm" has 
certainly proved true in the sports world at Naval Air 
Station (hjAS) Oceana for the Fleet Aviation Specialized 
Operational Training Group Atlantic Fleet 
(FASOTRAGRULANT - commonly referred to as 
FASO). This means that FASO won the cup three years 
in a row and this trophy has become their unit's 
personal and permanent possession. FASO's victory 
years were from 1 976 through 1978. — 

Captain D.J. Michaels, NAS Oceana's Commanding 
Officer, recently presented FASO the cup, marking the 
first time in 15 years that the cup was retired. Attack 
Squadron Forty-Two did it back in 1963. The Captain's 
Cup is presented annually to The unit' which 
distinguishes itself above all others in intramural sports 
competition by accumulating the greatest number of 
adjusted points. 

Participation on a large scale was a key note in 
FASO's success story, as they entered 15 of 18 events in 
*^I978, and more than 76 out of 127 personnel competed 
in athletic events. They compiled 1,155 points, the bulk 
of which was obtained in minor sports. Mitior sports at 
Oceana are table tei\nis, badminton, handball, 
racquetball, horseshoe»,dMta|r.Hcing. boKii^ MUiMdst^ 
decathlon and tennit;irBiM»«ll, Jjiwfciiiiiid^ JawtMByn 
golf, bowling and volleyball are consMered as majbr 
sports. 

Taking seven championships and six runners-up. 
FASO never finished lower than fifth place in 13 events 
for the 1978 competition. Overall, the 1978 runner-up 
for the Captain's Cup was Fighter Squadron Forty- 



Three with 464 points. 
After all points are added up. they are multiplied by a 



factor of 2.2 and that gives FASO their 1 , 1 55 point total 
for 1978. 




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One of the largest defense procurements for 1979 may 
be in the form of a new sophisticated 59-ton tank called 
the XM-1. With a price tag of nearly 1 million dollars 
each, the Army's new XM-1 main battle tank may soon 
be replacing the M-60 tank which has been in use since 
the early 1950's. 

At present, NATO countries are heavily outnumbered 
by Warsaw Pact tanks in Europe, the XM-1 may help 
offset this numerical disadvantage. Tests being 
conducted at Ft. Bliss, Texas will soon determine the 




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operational effectiven«s and military utility of the XM- 

A local man. Specialist Four James Hedgepeth of 
Virginia Beach, is an important part of this testing. For 
nearly 1 1 months, Hedgepeth and the members of his 
unit have beoi involved in the second phase of testing 
for the XM-1. Tests will end later this month. 
Operational Test II (OTII), as it is called, places 5 XM-1 
prototype tanks against 5 M-60 tanks. These tests are 
providing (^mparison of how much of an advantage the 
new tank has over a battle proven M-60 model . 

Hedgepeth, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ollen Hedgepeth 
of Virginia Beach, is assigned to H Company. 2nd 
Squadron, 3rd Armored Cavalry at Ft. Bliss. During the 
testing he is working as a driver of an XM-1 tank. 

As the XM-1 driver, Hedgepeth sits in the front center 
compartment of the tank. Laying almost flat in a 
specially designed seat, he navigates by viewing through 
three large periscopes which are also equipped with 
windshield wipers. At night he looks through a special 
telescope which emits absolutely no light, yet while 
looking through the scope even on the darkest of nights 
h appears to be daylight outside. 

He controls the 1.500 horsepower turbine engine 
using steering and throttle controls similar to those 
found on motorcycles. He has at his disposal an 
instrument panel which contains a variety of different 
warning lights which warn of any problems such as low 
electrolyte levels in the batteries or clogged up air filters. 

Hedgepeth joined the Army in December 1975 and 
took basic training at Ft. Knox, Kentucky. "1 joined the 
Army to see what it was like. Later I found out that I 
really liked it," said the 24-^r-old soldier. 

Captain Dstnd Cowan. Commander of H Company, 
praised the work of Hedgepeth and his fellow ^Idlers. 
"The people I've got working for me are some of the 
finest tankers in the world. They've gone through the 
most extensive training period and through the most 
(^landing testing that probably anyone has ever been 
in. I've had many comments made to me by xnior 
officers and officials that the things we have been doing 
here during the testing could only be more difficult if we 
were w^i& actual (xunbat conditions. The nrnt have 
worked day and night under all conditions and through 
It all tw'jvt kept tf^ M^jMi schedule." 

Interest in the imw tank goa beyond the Army. 
According to Bripidl# General Kfchani D. Lawrence, 
Chief of the Tank fttenapment Office, the Marine 
Cor|» is also expected to pr(x;ure the XM< 1 . 



The Chrysler Defense Group, which is building the 
tank, has received approval from the Defense 
Department to cooperate with Dutch government 
officials who are interested in co-producing the XM-1 in 
their country. Other NATO countries have also 
expressed interest in acquiring the new tank . 

Although the five prototype XM-l's used a 105mm 
main gun during OTII. considerations are under way to 
have later versions mount a smooth bore 120mm high 
velocity main gun. This change would not require any 
significant structual modification. The larger gun is 
preferred by NATO. With testing officials calling it the 
most advanced and sophisticated tank in the world, the 
XM-1 may become the tank of the future. 

Hed^peth graduated from Bayside High School in 
1974. He was employed as an apprentice mortician for 
Smiley Funeral Home, Virginia Beach, before joining 
the Army. 




Navy Mess Management Specialist First Class Basilio 
C. Cachaper Jr., whose wife, Vemeracion, is the 
daughter of Ramon and Florfina A. Marty of Hidden 
Valley, Virginia Beach, recently participated in exercise 
"Cold Start" in the Gulf of Maine. 

He is a member of the staff of Commander 
Amphibious Squadron Eight, homebased at Norfolk. 

The exercise provided Navy and Marine Corps 
personnel with training and experience in cold weather 
amphibious operations. The exercise included a 
helicopterborne assault into the^ Naval Air Station, 
Brunswick, Maine, by a reinforced Marine rifle 
confpany. supported by jet attack aircraft, anti-tank 
missiles and artillery. The landing force consisted of an 
amphibious assault ship, an amphibious transport dock 
and a tank landing ship. 

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Navy Chef Machinist's Mate James V. Olbrych, 
whose wife, Sharon, is the daughter of Walter L. and 
Alice Core of Hinsdale St., Virginia Beach, recently 
participated in exercise "Cold Start" in the Gulf of 
Maine. 

He is a member of the staff of Commander 
Amphibious Squadron Eight, homebased at Norfolk. 

The exercise provided Navy and Marine Corps 
personnel with training and experience in cold weather 
amphibious operations. The exercise included.:^; 
helicopterborne assault into the Naval Air Station, 
Brunswick, Maine, by a reinforced Marine rifle 
company, supported by jet attack aircraft, anti-tank 
missiles and artillery. The landing force consisted of an 
amphibious assauh ship, an amphibious transport dock 
and a tank landing ship. 

Olbrych joined the Navy in July 1964. 



Platz 



"Navy Lieutenant (junior grade) Kelley D. Platz, son 
of Bruce W. and Patricia A. Platz of 1708 Sunrise 
Drive, Virginja Beach, recently deployed with the 
Atlantic Standing Naval Force, an organizatAn within 
the NATO alliance. 

He is an officer assigned to the frigate USS Paul, 
homeported in Mayport, Fla. * 

While deployed in the North Atlantic Ocean, the Paul 
will participate in various exercises with units from 
Canada, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and 
West Germany. Port visits are scheduled in England, 
Portugal, France, and Germany. 

A graduate of Bayside High School. Platz joined the 
Navy in January 1976. 



Stokes 

Marine Second Lieutenant Scott B. Stokes, son of Dr. 
and Mrs. William S. Stokes of 140 Linlier Drive, 
Virginia Beach, recently participated in exercise 
"Varsity Lance" off the Southern California coaH 

He is an officer assigned to the 1st Battalion, 5th 
Marines located at Marine Corps Base, Camp 
Pendleton, Calif. 

The 12-day exercise involved more than 20,000 
personnel, 38 ships and 250 aircraft from U.S. Navy 
and Marine Corps squadrons. "Varisty Lance" began 
with advance inport training by all units and continued 
with an at-sea warmup period. The assembled forces 
conducted sea control operations in preparation for 
amphibious landings at Camp Pendleton, Calif. The 
exercise then continued ashore at Camp Pendleton for 
Marine Corps forces, while naval surface and air units 
conducted antisubmarine and antiair warfare training at 
sea. The exercise ended with an amphibious backload 
from Camp Pendleton and return transit to the San 
Diego area. 

A 1975 graduate of Lynchburg College, Lynchburg, 
Va., with a Bachelor of Arts degree, Stokes joined the 
Marine Corps in April 1974. 



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Pvt. James E. Merkle Jr., whose wife, Colleen, and 
parents Hve on Deyy Lane, Virginia Beach, recently 
received the Gen. Cretghton W. Abrams Award at the 
end of basic training at Fort Knox, Ky. 

The award is made to the trainee who best 
demonstrates leadership ability and professional 
military performance. 



Longfellow 



Navy Storekeeper S«unan Bobby J. Longfellow Jr., 
whose wife. Jamie, is the daughter of Lt. Cmdr. Frank 
T. and Elizabeth Simpson of Parksi<te Place, Virginia 
Beach, is currently on deployment to Rota, Spain. 

He is a member of Naval Mobile Construction 
Battalion One (NMCB-1). hcmiebased in Gulfport. 

The "Seabees" of NMCB-1 are scheduled to perfcMtn 
various construction projects. 
Longfellow join^ the Navy in June 1978. 



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columns of your 
Jiometown newspaper. In 
practically no time at all, 
people in your 
neighborheed will know 
what you have to sell. 
You're on the road to 
«ttra cash... somebody 
pill read your ad and buy! 

17Vi FT. LUGER. Deep- 
V closed bow boat with all 
Ikuges & C/G equipment. 
35 H.P. Evenrude motor 
and tilt trailer. $1200 or 
best offer. 543-0435 

11-2-22 

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CAREER SALES 

OPPORTUNITY ■ with 
Metropolitan Life. 
Starting salary negotiable. 
Excellent opportunity for 
advancement. Outstand- 
ing fringe benents. Call 
h^jCole 393-1921. 13-2-14 

SALES HOLIDAY 
MAGIC COSMETICS • 

Opportunity to advance to 
management. Liberal 
commission, car helpful, 
Tidewater area. Call 467- 
4040. No investment 
requind. 13-tf 

CAB DRIVERS - DAY 

OR NIGHT shifts. 
Hardworkers will earn 
good money! Diamond 
Taxi. Virginia Beach. Call 
Mr. Bragg. 464-3289. 13-tf 



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RUBBERMADE PARTY 

PLAN-Exceptional way to 
earn money! NO 
PACKING. DELIVER- 
ING OR INVESTMENT. 
Sells itself. High 
commission paid. 
Managers needed. 424- 
3843 

13-2-2 



3-2-22). 



EXCEPTIONAL oppor- 
tunity for sharp, 
ambitious individuals 
interested in extra income. 
We show you how. For 
infQrmative interview call 
420-5530 

13-2-21 

ADVERTISING SALES 

reprewntatives - If you are 
looking for a caren 
opportunity that is 
challenging and 

rewarding, we have a 
position that may Interest 
you. You wiU work from 
our offices (Hi Battle&ld 
Blvd. and R(»emont RoMi 
where you wUI kva mmy 
phases of the ccmnnunity 
newspaper business. We 
provide paid on-the-job 
training. You provide an 
intelligent willingness to 
learn. You must have a 
sales background aiul 
enjoy working with the 
public. This is a fulltiroe 
position with Bylerly 
Publications, publishers 
of the Chesapeake Post 
and the Virginia Beach 
Sun. PInse write Shddon 
Kelly. Byerly 

Publications. P.O. Box 
1327. Chesapeake, Va. 
233a). 13-tf 

TMED OF 

HmJSEWORK? Need 
extra income? Earn 
$6./ 10.00 per hour 
average working from 
home in Chesapeake in 
Virginia Beach calN^ on 
customers Phone 
necessary. Use of car 
necessary on occasion. 
Call 425-71 19 

13lf 



NEED six women 
interested in earning $60 
to $100 weekly. Part time 
from your home. Call 420- 
0977 for appoinrmehf. ir:; 
13-tf 

BABY SITTER NEEDED 
from 7:30 AM to 5 PM 
daily. Mature with 
references. Norcova 
Estates. Call after 5: 547- 
4713 

13-3-7 

REPORTERS . Omeral 

assignments, features, 
newt edMsf ^ib iMcfciy 
newspapers in ioMhiide 
and Tidewater Virginia. 
Prefer journalism school 
background and some 
experience. Must have 
good typing ability and be 
willing to iMrn news 
photogrqihy. If you are 
interested in more details, 
write David Woodroof, 
BiftAy Publications, 1000 
Atmxy Drive. Franklin, 
iVa.238Sl 13-tf 

TELEPHONE SOLICI- 
TATION-5-9PM Monday 
to Friday from our ofricc 
in Great Bridge. Call Mrs. 
Giles for interview 482- 
2148 

13-3-7 



CERTIFIED HOME- 
MAKER seeks 
employment caring for 
elderly or home and 
children. $100.00 week. 
Excellent references. Can 
live in. Betty Keith 855- 
0402 anytime. 

14.2-28 
BABY SITTING 

AVAILABLE: Green 
Run. Larkspur area. 
Day's or nights in my 
home. Experienced. Will 
iMgotiate prices. 467-5732 

14-2-22 

HOME HEALTH AID - 

BtNKted and insured. Call 
461-^756. 14-2-28 



ST. BERNARD PUPPY 

Beautiful 10 month old 
female. Extremely 
friendly. Requires a 
fenced yard. $100. Serious 
inquires only. Please call 

463-2412 

22-2-21 

ENGLISH COON 
HOUND PUPPIES. 6 

weeks old, registered with 
papers, $50.00 each. 421- 
9469 after 5. Both parents 
are excellent tree dogs. 

22-tf 

MINIATURE SALT * 
PEPPER SCHNAUZER 

male is looking for a 
mate! This adorable 
Schnauzer is AKC 
registered and cohies from 
champion stock. 489- 
2571. 2^^28 

YOUNG PARAKEETS 

$10.99, greater Sulfa 
Crested Cockatoo $799.00 
Senecal parrot $89.00 
Extraordinary specials all 
the time, at Fishjactpry. 
855-1 lli. 22-2-28 

fOM-JPOO PUPPIES! 3 

females, black or brown. 
Wormed and healthy, 
fluffy and lovable. 
Parents on premises. 
$10.00. CaU after 4 p.m. 
545-2992. 22-2-28 

BASENJI FEMALE. 
SMALL BARKLES& 

house-pet. Excellent 
disposition. Impressive 
pedigree. Housebroken! 
Notf-khedding. odorfies^ 
Movfaig-muM sell. Pleai« 
call 423-1516 

22-^22 

TWO CUDDLY BLACK 
CHOW puppies. Four 
weeks old. Parents on 
prunises. AKC registered. 
Champion Bloodlines. 
THE ONLY PURPLE 
TONGUED DOG!! 340- 
3341 

2^2-22 

BLUE DOBERMAN- 

Unusual female. Four 
months old. Excellent 
with children. Mother 
AKC registered, and on 
premises. These dogs are 
rare. Tail & due-claws 
have been done. CaU 482- 
1768 after 6 P.M. 

22-2-22 

GERMAN SHORT 
HAIRED pointers. 
Parents are excellent 
hunters. AKC roistered, 
excellent conformation. 
9iots A wormed. 6 weeks 
old. $125. Each. 485-5386 
or 547-7312 

22-2-22 



YORKSHIRE TERRIOR 

at stud: tiny Blue and 
Gold 4 pounder with 
Champions in his 
background desires mate. 
His services are 
reasonable. 587-6171 

23-2-22 

WHITE GERMAN 
SHEPHARD DOG 
CLUB now meeting twice 
monthly. Please call 583- 
8669 or 486-6274 for moi« 
information. Love is a 
White Sheidiard! 23 

DON'T LEAVE YOUR 
CAT UNLOVED! I will 
baby-sit for your cat while 
you are away. For 
information call 428-4064 
between 8 a.m. and 11 
a.m. 23-2-28 



LOCAL TOUCH 

No other medium is 
bound up with the 
everj^day life of your 
coitimuniiy more than 
your hometown 

newspaper. 

MICROWAVE RANGE/ 

self-cleaning oven, dbld. 
I year old. Pine 7 piece 
den set, excellent 
condition. 10,000 Bl U air 
conditioner, and a kitchen 
table. 467-5732 

27-2-22 



PENNCREST STEREO 
with AM-FM radio and 
lapc recorder. In walnui 
cnhinci. Very gooii 
condiii«»n. S75. (ail 499- 
2400 



NORVIEW . Rare coins • 
l^rf^k's most complete. 
Buy, sell, trade. Buying 
silver coins. 42 Southern 
Shopping Center. 
Norfolk, 853-81 18. 31-lf 



USED APPLIANCES - 

Refrigerators $50.00 and 
up. Eighteen lb. washers 
$115^00. Electric ranges 
$125.00. T.V.'s $79.00. 30 
day warranty. Bob's T.V. 
482-3536. , 27-tf 

REFRIGERATOR - 3 

door with ice maker. 22 
Cu. Ft. New Condition, 
Harvest Gold. Washer 
and dryer, Kenmore. 
Avocado. Perfect 
condition. Prices 
reasonable!! 427-2688. 

27-2-28 



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ONE OF A KIND - 

Staling Zodiac ring - one 
of a kind • custom made. 
Sagittarius and Virgo 
sings in raised steriing on a 
wide band. Woman's size 
5*A. Unique gift. 
Sacrifice, $25. Please call 
482-1768. 32-tf 



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NATURAL DARK 
RANCH MINK STOLE. 

Exactly like new. Worn 
twi^e. Must be tried on to 
be appreciated. Price 
negotiable. Cash only. 
460-0569 

25-2-22 

OLD CLOTHES - 1940's 
or earlier, hats, shoes, 
beaded purses ahC 
jewelry. 627-3917 or 623- 
871 4. 2 3-tf 

OIL PAINTING-Modern 
fall scene. 43x31 inches! 
Orange, brown and light 
netrual shades. Unique 
wooden frame included in 
price. 340-3386 

25-3-7 

BOOKCASES, GUN 
CABINETS, DESKS - 

made to order. Furniture 
refinishing. quality work, 
•r^onable priMS. Free 
estimates. Please call 547- 
0089,543-2923. ^ 25-tf 



CASKS CASH$- paid for 
used furniture, appliances 
T.V.'s. We buy anything. 
Call B&S FURNITURE 
3822 Qranby St. 625-3376 
27-TF 



30 INCH WESTING- 
HOUSE Electric Stove. 
Self cleaning. White.i, 
Oven door window 
Excellent condition. 547- 
4048 

27-2-21 

LIVING ROOM SUITE-3 
cushioned 9 ft. sofa; 
Champagne damask 
iTpFdrsteYy . "$230. 
Matching barrel-backed 
chair,^^ WO. Mint 
conditionT424-$IM 



WIDE CHOICE 

For a wide choice of 
buyers, renters, workers in 
your neighborhood, use 
low cost classified ads in 
your hometown 

newspaper. Get results 
quick! 

FRESH SEAFOOD 

Caught daily. Green's 
Seafood Market. At the 
Farmer's Market of 
Virginia Beach. Call 427- 
#3574. Open 9-6 daily. 

33-tf 



OYSTERS - Lynnhaven 
shucked and unwashed. 
Opposite Hurd's Seafood 
Restaurant, off Little 
Neck Rd.. Earl Smit h, 
340-5171. J3-tr 



27-3-7 



EARLY AMERICAN- 

hand crafted items for 
sale. Early American 
lamps custom colored to 
fit your home. Want 
something different? 
Unique? call 424-3448 

DO YOU NEED-an air 

conditioner? For your 
cottage or your house- 
9,000 BTU's, reverse 
cycle. SAVE DOLLARS- 
buy now. 422-2423 

25-2-22 

MINK JACKET 

Autumn Haze color. Just 
like new with lovely 
matching hat! Must be 
seen for full appreciation. 
Cash only. $750. 481- 
5704,428-3531. 23-2-14 



RUMMAGE SALE IN 
HOUSE! Everything must 
go. Going overseas. 
February 1 7- 18- 1 9, 24th & 
25th. 9AM-6PM. 784 
Queensway, Regency 
Apartments 428-4938 
» ( ns-iMt tti, C294J2) 

FLEA MARKET No 3. 
3315 South Military 
Highway. Open Friday. 
Saturday, Sunday only 10- 
6. Inside stalls and table 
set-ups for rent. 28 stalls 
to serve you. Fre*" 
admission. 487-9803. 28-tt 



HREWOOD - HARD- 
WOOD OAK/MAPLE. 

FuU cord 4 X 4 X 8", 
$75.00 delivered. Half 
cord. $40.00. May pick up 
at reduced rate. M.A. 
Gunn. 347-4937. 34-tf 



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CHANGING CIRCUM- 
STANCES? Realty 
(qtpOTtunitin in and out 
of state. Counsding. Mr. 
Barr. Sunrise Rnlty 486- 
0090. Member, Virginia 
Rnl Etiate Exchanyirs. 
I5-2-I4 

GET INTO THE 
EXCITING world of 
OilndUla t^eeding. Small 
invMtmoit, hrfc return. 
For appointment, 499- 
3278 between 3:M and 
7:30 p.m. 13-tf 



FREE BASSETT 

HOUND - 2Vi years, 
brown and white, good 
with children. Write Free, 
3933 Sextant Street. 
Chesapeake, Virginia 
23321. 22-2-14 

MALTESE PUPPIES: 2 

males left. Excellent 
bloodlines. good 

disposition. Very small 
(h^. eMellent hous»pet. 
Reasonable price. Please 
caU: 497-3314 22-2-14 

FOR THE FINEST 
selcciion of pets, 
professional grooming 
and supplies, check us 
out!! THE lEASH & 
COI I AR-3818 C.ranby 
Si. 627-05.10 

22-3-7 

BLACK MANX-Male 
Champion $I(M. RED 
MANX Female. Breeder 
type. $150. Will have 
Abys.sinian kittens for sale 
«>onI! 480-1989 

22-3-7 



BIKES! Man's and 
woman's 3 speed English 
Racer. Black and silver. 
Good condition $50.00 for 
both. Girl's 24 inch 
Roadrunner, good 
condition, $15.00 firm. 
482-4232. 25-2-28 

RECYCLED BABY- 
ITEMS, cribs to bibs!! 
Winter clothing 30 to 50% 
off. At the BABY LADY 
SHOP Lakeland 

Shopping Center. Hours: 
11-4 weekdays, 11-5 
Saturday's. 853-9934 

25-3-7 



B&S Furniture Co. 
Unbelievable LOW 
PRICES. We buy and sell- 

USED & New, 

YESTERYEAR furniture 
at YESTERYEAR prices. 
625-3376 

29-tf 

WE BUY ANYTHIIVG - 

furniture, appliances and 
garage sale leftovers. 489- 
0739 or 467-2144. 29-tf 



WANT to buy poruble 
dectric typewriter in good 
working order. Please call 
481-4642. 29-tf 



GROW YOUR own fruit! 
Free copy 48-page 
Planting Guide Catalog in 
color, offered by 
' Virginia's largest growers 
of fruit trees, nut trees, 
berry plants, grape vines, 
landscaping plant 
material. Waynesboro 
Nurseries. Inc. 

Waynesboro. Va. 22980 
35-2-22 

DIRT A-1. black, fertile 
top soil. Also sand and 
fill. Prompt Mrvice. Jack 
N. PoweU. Inc...855-7844 
or 853-7218. 35-»f 

JOHNSON FARM 
REPAIR, tractors, 3. 
Hook-up equipment, 
fence posts, peanut hay 
and com. 545-8370. 35-tf 



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PIANOS - new and used, 
rentals - tuning - repairing 
- rebuilding - refinishing. 
Peele and TolUson Piano 
Warehouse. 5312 Building 
E. Virginia Batch ffivd. 
490-1653. 30.tf 



TURN YOUR TV SET 
INTO A GIANT 7 foot 
picture screen with this 
$19.95 kit! MONEY 
BACK guarentee. Larry 
Debrew 411 Webb St. 
Suffolk. Va. 23434 1-539- 
1070 

39-2-tfs 



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ANTIQUES 10,000 sq. 
feet of Antiques. Barb^ 
chair and pole, walnut 
office desk, showcases. 
Open 10-5 daily. 1804 
Granby St. Nwfolk. 625- 
9119. ^2-28 

ENGLISH U>NG CASE 

Grandfather's Clock. 8 
day bell strike. Circa 1785. 
Case in good condition. 
Movfflient in excellent 
roadiiion. $1400. Firm. 
460-03^ 

26-2-22 



TRUMPET-BUNDY with 
case and stand. School 
child's delight! I year old 
and in like- new condition. 
$100. Negotiable. Please 
Call 340-5367 

30-2-22 

TUNE IN ON THIS- 

Wooden Clarinet, French 
mule, in vdvet casing, 
l^d a little by schocri giri. 
In need of khhc minw 
refwirs. $25.09 Plnse Call 
4^-1768 after 5:30 P.M. 
30tf 

ELECTRIC ORGAN 
TTR with bench. Like 
new. Broke hand and. 
can't play. Books 
included. THE PRICE IS 
RIGHT! 426-7401 

30-3-7 



ELIXNUDO - 1973. 12 x 
54'. 2 bedroom. Must sell 
- being transferred. $5000 
(total priM!) Appliances 
includ«l air coiulitioned. 
Located lovely area. 545- 
6413 after 6. 40-tf 



NEW 3 BEDROOM 
RANCH - 2 baths. CAC. 
self-clean over next to golf 
course. (Mrk. lake; easy 
access all bases. 499-9449. 
46-ir 



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1.YNNWOOD SHORES- 

All brick duplexes, 11 
years old, 2 bedrooms 
each side. Rem from $140- 
$150. Minimum cash 
needed for non-owner 
occupied. $5,700. Price 
$31,000 (FHA) If you've 
been looking to invest in 
one or several call Russull 
Harrison 420-3120 or 424- 
3034 HICGENS 

REAI.TV INC. 

ALANTON - 4 bedroom 
brick ranch, 2 baths, 
family room, fireplace, 
eat-in-kitchen. pantry, 
hardwood floors, 2 car 
garage, well, $72.500. 428- 
4345/481-1908. 58-tf 

CANOLEWOOD COVE - 

Exquisite 4 bedroom 
ranch, nestled in lovely 
wooded setting, 3200 
square feet of living space, 
3 baths, large family 
room, wet bar. large 
outdoor screen patio. On 
I plus acres. Luxury 
living. By owners. 481- 
3142. 58-tf 



ACTION-EMERGENCY 
SERVICE, Drains 
deaned, sewer, waierlines 
& water beaters installed. 
Remodleing A new 
plumbing installations. 
Herman J. Powers 461- 
8197 

71-2-22 

MAGIC-Learn from 
recognized professional 
Magician for fun, profit, 
prestige and popularity. 
Low rates. All ages. 
Phone 853-8852 

7lif 

CHAIR CANING-Lace 

cane or press cane. 
Experienced. Reasonable 
prices. For more 
information call--460- 
0112 

71-2-22 

SIMMONS HEATING « 
AIR CONDITIONING. 

Call the EXPERIENCED 
ONE for repairs or 
replacement. We stand 
behind our 31 years of 
experience. 424-291 1 

71tf 



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CATALINE HEIGHTS 3 
bedroom ranch, den. In 
excellent condition. Gpod 
VHDA buy, »>/**/t. Jeryl 
Hill, agent. 485-5950 

59-3-7 




^REAT BRIDGE'WIL- 
SON HEIGHTS, 

immaculate 4 bedroom 

-Hanch. JW biim. Low 
8*/i% Assumption 
$71,900. No 

qualifications. 325 
WoOdberry Dr. 547-4810 
59-3-7S 



DON'T BE A 
SPEEDER 

Drive with care, don't 
be a speeder, you might 
run over a want ad reader! 

PIANO DOCTOR - 
FULL reliable piano 
service, tuning, repairing, 
and regulating. Serving 
Southern Tidewater- 
Thompson Enterprises. 
Work on all makes 420- 
4157. 7i.t f 

PIANO TUNING 

proRit efficient service . 
Lee Wales - please call 
460-0656. 71-tf 



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FLORIDA • TRADE? 
EQUITIES -12 acre farm 

■ with4.lMtoK>m bouse - 2 
t flreplalar. den, fences, 
pond. Abo waterfront 
lots, motels. 461-8120. 

62-tf 



LAIK:E ROUND bales of 

hay. Mixed varity. Will 
deliver if necessary. 
$^.00 or will negotiate. 
488-4244 

65-2-22 



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REVELLA MOTOR 
HOME 1973 CH. 6 
Cylinders, automatic. 
Completely self- 

contained. $6200. 
Negotiable. Please call 
497-4195 

66-3-7 



GENERAL HOUSE- 
CLEANING - will do 
general housecleaning one 
day a week. Have 
experience, own 

transportation and 
references. Please call 421- 
2589. 71-2-14 

REMODELING ROOM 
ADDITIONS, DENS - 

Any type of home 
' improvements, kitchens 
and bathrooms 

modernized. Quality 
work. Free estimates. 
^Please caU 547-0089. 543- 
2923, 71-tf 

RON WEST - TRIM 
CARPENTRY, cabinets, 
paneling. doors, 
bookcases, formica, 
additions or remodeling. 
623-OMl. 71-tf 

ROOFING, guttering, 
painting and chimney 
water proofing. All vfork 
guaranteed. Call Melvin 
D. Dever Roofing Co.. 
587-5003. 71-tf 

ROOFING REPAIRS. 

Experienced-any type, 
small jobs. Call night or 
day. 625-9624 or 857-6710 
shop. 71-tf 






MR, AND 
PAINTERS 
Tidewater area, 
quality of a man 



MRS. 

of the 

The 

the 



ROOM FOR RENT IN 
private home. Kitchen 
privitedgcs. Call 497-4195 
for interview. 



LOVELY furni$h«l 1-2 
bedroom anx. with color 
T.V. Available through 
May. lUasmably iriced. 
Pacific W»i Apartments. 
Motd 306 2%h St. 428- 
3633. 423-0n8. 43-tf 



smooth touch of a 
woman. Interior-exterior 
painting 424-4687 

71-tf 

HEAVY OR LIGHT 
HAULING-truck and 
driver for hire. 
Dependable and sure. 
Extra help available. Call 
me for you hauling needs! 
545-9330 

71-tf 

JANITORIAL SERVICE 
UNLIMITED - Complete 
janitorial services. Clean 
new homes upon 
completion. Carpets, 
hardwood floors, lawns 
ETC! 485-3179 

71-3-7 

FIREPLACE VENEER- 

Dura-Sione and Brick 
veneer installed on any 
surface. Hand shaped 
while mortar is soft. No 
forms used. Stones wiU 
foiky*/ contour of your 
project. A fireplace or 
home front. Call 340- 
0180. La Bouve Knows 
How! 

71-2-22 



SURE BITE 

You're sure to get a bite 
if you drop a line in the 
classified columns of your 
community newspaper. 
Your classified ad is part 
of the hometown news 
that everybody wants to 
read as well as the news of 
the community. 

UPHOLSTERY WORK 

Done at very reastmable 
rates. Will pick up and 
deliver. Gloria Boyl»s. 
397-6424. 71 

WINTEIKREEN 
WOODED BUILDING 

Ste with water/sewage. 
Nmt ski lodge. Owner 
terms available. Selling 
aa4eT nurket price. Call 
1-TO3-886.0496. 71-tf 

ALHaunONS - l day 

service!! 30 years of 
experience. I do all types 
of altning. King Grant 
ara. 340-6602. 71-2-28 

REALTY PROBLEMS? 

^ling is only one of 
many solutions. 

Counseling. Mr. Barr. 
Suariw Rahy 486-0090. 
Membtr. Virginia Real 
Estate Exchai4ers.7l-2-14 



CUSTOM CABINET 
SHOP, cabinets, counter 
tops. vaniti«. bookcases, 
music centers and bars: 
Quality work • reasonable 
rates • free estimates. Call 
855-6645.583-3918. 71-tf 



TIDEWATER TREE 
SERVICE, INC- 

Compleie tree service. 
Toppin. removing and 
stump grinding. FREE 
ESTIMATES. Fully 
insured. Call Steven, 
McSweeney 420-8789 

71-3-7 

FIREPLACES • Have a 

custom fireplace built in 
your home at a reasonable 
price by Michael and Hill, 
fireplace specialists 
licensed, bonded and 
insured - references. 482- 
3636. 71-tf 

REPAIRS & MMN- 
TAINENCE-Hourly or 
Contract! Show us the job 
and we'll show you 
results. "AGAPE 
BUILDING COM- 
PANY" Please call 497- 
2520 

71-3-7 



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HOME IMPROVE- 
MENTS repairs, 
maintenance. State 
licensed. Free estimates. 
Prompt, courteous 
service. Quality 

performance. 486-1544 or 
497-2520. 71-tf 

INSULATE NOW and 

take advantage of tax 
rebate! Stop wasting 
money on lost energy. 
Free estimates^ - T.E._ 
Ritter Corporation, 
Serving Tidewater since 
1924.622-3831. 71-tf 



HOME IMPROVE- 
MENTS. Quality 
remodeling with personal 
service and low, low off- 
season prices! Call the 
expert, BAY 

ENGINEERING & 
CONSTRUCTION COM- 
PANY. 490-1001 

71-2-28 

"rueos-TO-rutsos" 

Tkal'i U! Ym m4 Vew 
LOCAL .Nwrifptf 

WE PRINT newspapers, 
circulars, shopping 
guides, anything on 
newsprint, with or without 
composition and camera 
services. We take orders 
for small tabloid 
newspapers with press 
runs as low as 1.000 and 
we print for bigger 
publications with 50,000 ■ 
and more circulation. 
We've got lots of 
Tidewater area customers 
because we're good, we're 
dependable and we're 
local. Please call Sheldon 
Kelly, 547-4571. for 
information and price 
quotations. You will be 
dealing with Byerly 
Publications, publishers 
of the Chesapeake Post 
and the Virginia Beach 
Sun. 71-tf 



LOCAL TOUCH 

No other medium is 
bound up with the 
everyday life of your 
community more than 
your hometown 

newspaper. 

AAROVARK CHIMNEY 
SWEEPS, INC. Fast, 
dean professional service. 
We'll reduce the risk of 
chimney fires. Master 
Charge A Visa. 485-3391 
or 487-7183. 71-t:v 

BATH MJOM TILE -For 

your ceramic needs in 
eiisling h«ncs. New or 
r^Mir work, walls and 
floors and shower door 
^ks. caU 340-01 H) and 
ask for Leo. 7l.tf-3 

UPHOLSTERY WORK 

Make your Ho-Hum 
fiunitwR like New, Very 
moderatt tua. Pick up 
and 4eU«ery service. 
Pteuecan»7-«424. 

71.2-a 



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With Cox assured of a spot in the Eastern Regional 
Basketball Tournament, the other Regional berth for 
the Beach District will go to the District Tournament 
champion. With this in mind, this week's final regular 
season District games will be anything but anticlimactic. 
If the tournament ch^pion is the regular season 
. champion - that is, if Cox wins the tournament - then 
the Regional berth will go to the runner-up team in the 
tournament. ^ . 

Therefore, if Cox makes it to the tournament finals, 
its opponent will have a spot in the Regionals before the 
game begins. 

Since Cox will 6pen the tournament against the 
regular season's fourth place team, if the Falcons win 
that game, the winner of the tournament game between 
the second and third place teams will cinch a spot in the 
Regionals, regardless of the outcome of the tournament 
championship game. 

So there is clearly a big difference between finishing 
third or fourth in the regular season, depending on 
Cox's performance in the opening tournament game. 
Which brings us to this Friday. 
Bayside is currently in fourth place, one game behind 
Kempsville. If the Marlins beat First Colonial Friday 
night, and if Kempsville loses to Cox, then the two 
teams would finish tied for third place. 

Although Bayside has beaten Kempsville in both of 
their meetings this year, if the two teams end up in a tie, 
a coin would be flipped, with the winner claiming the 
third pjpce slot. 

the Marlms should win the -playoff game, and 

assuming Cox beats Kempsville in the opening round of 

the tournament, the battle for the other spot in the 

„£asterja Regional Tournament would be- between 

second-place Princess Anne and third-place Bayside. 

Should Bayside win that game, Coach Johnny 
Dollar's young Marlins, winless a year ago, will have 
scored an amazing coup. 
Obviously, this is an "iffy" situation. The stage for a 
; Bayside upset will be set If : 

1) Kempsville loses Friday night; 

2) Bayside wins Friday night; 

3) Bayside wins a coin-flip with Kempsville; 

4) Cox win^^the^openuig ionraaiQent.gajnvg. 
Bi»t looking tt«i*i^jfrth«9e p««»Wlitiei,-thti odds are 
riding with Bayside on ail but one count - Bayside's 
hopes for a shot at the Regionals would seem to rest on 
the flip ofta coin. 

Sd^doFl'fce surprised to find Johnny Dollar's 
sophomore-laden club fighting for a Regional berth a 
week from now. 



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Behind the same lethal inside-outside attack which 
has carried them throughout the season, Cox's Falcons 
dropped visiting Princess Anne 76-66 Friday night to 
clinch the Beach District title. With that title comes a 
reserved spot in the Regionals for the 14-5 FalconS. 

Mr. Inside for Cox has been center Rich Davidson, 
who averages 15.7 points a game by dominating the 
backboards and the lane area, while Myron Goffigan 
roams the perimeter, scoring his average of 16.1 points 
on an assortment of slinky drives and gltUing jump 
shots. Each of the two had 20 points in Friday's 
championship victory. 

"It feels klnda' immb right now" 

'Ht feels kinda numb right now," said Davidson in 
the Falcons' ecstatic dressing room. "It takes a while 
for things to sink in for me." Id didn't take long for the 
square-jawed transfer from North Carolina to make his 
presence felt at the Beach this season. For Cox, he was 
just v^ai the doctor ordered . 

"I didn't know we were going to have a big man 
before the year started," observed forward Brian 
Garwood. "Then Rich came from Carolina." With 
Davidson, the Falcons have a hub around which their 
offense and defense can revolve. His presence giveshis 
teammates more opportunity to do their thing. 

"Rich covers so much ground on our press," says 
Cox coach George Ontko of his 6'6" center. "He's so 
mobile." Cox needed that press Friday night, when a 
game-long lead was erased after three quarters by the 
persistent Cavaliers. 

Technical foul Starts game 



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Princess Anne's Brett WiNiams floats up for a pair of his 
game-high 16 points in tfio Cavaliers' Friday night h»s to 
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Technically, Cox liad the lead before the game had 
even begun. Princess Anne's new addition, Tcrreil 
Hodges, put on a show for the crowd during warm-ups 
by slamming one dunk after another to the roaring 
approval of the visiting fans. 

However, the Cavalier jumping jack slammed one too 
many as the referees entered the gym in mid-dunk and 
slapped Princess Anne with a technical foul. John Steele 
(13 points) dropped in the gratis free throw to begin the 
game and Cox was off and running. 

Combining a stingy zone defense with good medium- 
range shooting, the Falcons reeled off eight unanswered 
points to lead 9-0 before Dave Moyer hit a jumper for 
the Cavaliers exactly midway through the initial 
quarter. 

While Cox kept their steady game going in the second 
quarter, the 6'2" Hodges (12 points) was putting on a 
show at Princess Anne's end of the court, as he played 
above the rim, dropping in alleyoop passes and close 
range follow shots. Hodge's pure jumping ability and 
Geno Carbalio's (1 1 points) hot hand off the bench kept 
Princess Anne within range in the first half as Cox took 
a 37-33 midway lead. 

Williams caps Cavalier comeback 

After the Falcons struck first in the second half to 
open an eight-point spread, Brett Williams (16 points) 
gave a hint of things to come by intercepting two passes 
and dropping in a layup and a ten-footer to bring the 
Cavaliers close. Both teams traded scores until 
Williams' thievery stung Cox again as his steal and two 
free throws closed the gap to one point with 1:14 left in 
the third quarter. 



Beach senior 
20th in scoring 
nationwide 

Virginia Wesleyan 
College senior guard Mark 
Butts is 20th in the nation 
in scoring and the 
basketball team is 
nationally ranked, 
according to the latest 
NCAA poll. 

Butts, sharp-shooting 
co-captain of the Blue 
Marlins, had a 21.7 
average after 18 games 
this season. The Virginia 
Beach native leads the 
Dixie Conference in 
scoring by a wide margin. 

The team, with a 
starting lineup composed 
of three Portsmouth 
residents and two from 
Virginia Beach, is ranked 
among the top 23 teams in 
the nation by virtue of its 
tough schedule and a 
current 16-5 record. 

Butts, who mch^ the 
1,000 point plateau last 
week against North 
Carolina Methodist, 
accomplished this feat in 
only two years. He is only 
the third Blue Martin 
player to hit 1,000 points 
in his collie career. 



A Cox turnover gave Princess Anne the ball with :48 
to go, and while Cox patiently watched from their 
packed zone, guards Brett and Marvin Williams played 
catch until the clock showed ten seconds. Then Marvin 
Williams (1 1 points) calmly tossed in a 22-footer to put 
the Cavaliers on top for the first time, 49-48. 

"We tried to keep it under control," commented 
Garwood in reference to the tight second hajf. But 
Princess Anne seemed to be taking control, carrying 
their surge into the final quarter as Brett Williams again 
played pickpocket with back-to-back steals and layups 
to keep his team up, 53-51 . 

However, the Falcons' steady inside game was taking 
its toll on Princess Anne's strength as the Cavaliers' 
cqnter, Thad Miles, had picked up four fouls while 
fighting Cox's inside wave. After*Brett Williams' 16- 
footer tied the game at 55, Garwood took a snappy feed 
from Davidson to the basket, was fouled by Miles, and 
sank his layup to put Cox ahead and Miles on the bench. 
Garwood jumpefd higher after his layup than he did 
while shooting it, for he knew, ^s did the crowd, that 
that was the turning point in the game. With Miles' 
broad shoulders on the bench, Hodges could not carry 
the inside load alone, and Cox's press opened the way 
for eight unanswered points which sewed up the game 
and the District crown . 

"Great! Great! Greatr' 

"Tremendous!" grinned Garwood amid hand slaps, 
screaming, and rafterhanging in the winners' dressing 
room. "Great! Great! Great!" 

"We had to get 'em tonight," said Ontko. "If we 
didn't win it this year, 1 don't know when we would." 

With a team full of seniors, it's easy to understand 
Ontko's feelings. All of Cox's starting team, except 
Davidson, saw tjieir season end last year at the hands of 
kempsville in the district tournament. Fittingly, the 
Falcons close out the regular season against the Chiefs 
tWiFriday. Kempsville pinned Cox with its only district 




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defeat earlier this season, but the Chiefs had standout* 
Mike Downs in the lineup then. He'll watch Friday's 
game from the bench with a cast on his foot. 

"We've got a score to settle with them," said the red- 
headed Steele. "They kept us out of the Regionals last 
year." 

"We've gotta' even the score with them," echoed 
Davidson. 

"I think we'll have something for them," smil^ 
Ontko. 

But is this Friday's game the topic of Falcon's 
thoughts, with the District title and a Regional berth in 
hand? 

"We're just going to enjoy this." says Ontko. 



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Beach District this week 



While Cox was wrapping up the regular season title, 
Bayside cinched a spot in the postseason District 
tournament by edging Kempsville. 59-57 on Gary 
Browning's game-winning shot. 



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Cox 

P.A, 

Kenpst 

Bayside 

Kellam 

F.C. 



District 

8-1 

6-3 

3-4 

4-5 

2-6 

1-7 



Overall 

14-5 

11-7 

7-8 

6-12 

2-14 

3-13 



P.A. 

Kemps. 

Cox . 

Kellam. 

Bayside 

F.C. 



Avg. 

70.0 

63.8 

63.1 

60.5 

60.3 

55.4 



Team Defense 

Points 

Allowed 

57.2 

61.4 

63.4 

66.9 

70.3 

71.9 



Cox 

F.C. 

Kemps. 

Bayside 

P. A. 

KeiUun 



Individual Scoring Leaden 



Basketball 

Friday 
Feb. 16 

Bayside at First Colonial 
Kempsville at Cox 
Kellam at Princess Anne 

Tuesday 
Feb, 20 



Cox, the perennial powerhouse of Beach wrestling, 
continued their tradition Saturday night by waltzing 
away with the District tournament crown. Combined 
with the Falcon basketball team's Friday night clinching 
of the District title. Cox enjoyed a championship 
weekend. 

Before a packed house at Kellam High School, Cox, 
which advanced eleven wrestlers into the finals, lost its 
first five matches before Buddy Kerr began a Falcon 
sweep of the last six matches by defeating Kempsville's 
Phil Lanman 4-0 M 138. 

As the overwhelming tournament favorite. Cox wore 
the black hat in the fans' eyes, and every Falcon defeat 
was cheered as a victory for the underdog. 

Cox's defeats in the lower weight classes were relished 
by the anti-Cox fans in mucl\ the same way as rare losses 
by the old New York Yankee baseball dynasties were 
seen as blows for equality. 

Uzzle takM 98-pouiid title 

Kellam*s 98-poundei. Irvin Uzzle, capped his 
Cinderella tournament by upsetting Cox's Harry 
Johnson 5-2 to begin the ^ening. In the only Cox-less 
final match, Bayside's Lee Willie won by default at 105 
over Kempsville's John Edwards, who was leading 2-0 
when he injured his hip. 

With the crowd cheering for anyone but the favored 
Falcons, Kellam's Ray Lewis wrestled Cox's Scott Parr 
at 1 12, and last year's 98-pound state champion had to 
go into overtime to edge Parr 6-3. Now the anti-Cox 
contingent was heating up and Bayside's Davis Johnson 
kept the fires going by edging Cox's Keith Lown 7-6 at 



119. In an equally tight match, Bayside's 126-pounder, 
Jeff Boyce, decided Cox's Jeff Vielock 4-3, and the 
Marlins' Dave Casher topped Cox's Mark Davidson 7-3 
at 132 to give the Marlins four champions in the first six 
weight classes. 

Cox takes off with Kerr victory 

At that point, Kerr gavHhe Falcon cheering section 
some fuel with his victory, and the Cox juggernaut was 
rolling. Steve Pritchett took a tense 7-6 decision over 
First Colonial's Tom Coghill at 145, and in the night's 
biggest upset, Kempsville's 155-pounder, Steve Stover, 
was beaten 3-1 by the Falcons' Kurt Felthousen. Jimmy 
Carleo picked up another crown for Cox at 167 by 
defeating Kempsville's John Rimarski 9-2, and the Cox 
fans now owned the gym. 

In the hottest contest of the night, Bayside's Mike 
Cuffee picked up an early point and made it stand until 
40 seconds remained in his 185-pound bout with Cox's 
Paul Gaudrcau. At that point, while riding Gaudreau, 
Cuffee was penalized for stalling, giving Gaudreau the 
tying point, and then, with 15 seconds left, Gaudreau 
was awarded another stalling point to win 2-1 as a 
cascade of-boos poured down on the referee. 

Woodliouse caps Faicon fjidsii 

There was no question about Mark Woodhouse's win 
at unlimited. The Falcon giant put First Colonial's 
enormous David Mayhan on his back for a pin in 1:35. 

With the slap of the referee's hand on the mat, 
signalling Woodhouse's pin. Cox's undefeated 
heavyweight sprang to his feet, facing the roaring 
Falcon contingent with one finger thrust into the air in 
the gesture of champions. 

Nobody would dare argue with him. 



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-^ Games Total 

Christian (Kellam) 16 438 

Downs (Kempsville) 12 267 

Kenry (Bayside) 17 315 

M. Williams (P.A.) 18 330 

Goffigan(Cox) I9 305 

Davidson (Cox) 19 298 

Miles (P.A.) 18 236 

<5^fcekmore(F.C.) 15 187 

F. Gilchrist (Kemps.) 15 174 

Saunders (F.C.) 14 . 148 

C. Gilchrist (F.C.) 15 155 



Avg. 

2L4l^ 

22.2 

18.5 

18.3 

16.1 

15.7 

13.1 

12.5 

11.6 

10.6 

10.3 



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Wnestling 

Friday and Saturday 
Feb. 16 and 17 

Eastern Regional Tournament at Manor High 

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Contest pfaNmed forSlxttiAimiial Snow Geese Sliew 



Each weight class's top four finishers will wrestle this weekend in the Regional tournament at Manor High School. 
They are, in order of District tournament finishes: 



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Johnson (Q 
Wiggins(FC) 
Tadeo (Kempj^ 



105 Willie (Bay) 
Edwards (Kemp) 
South (PA) 
Jordon (F C)_ , 



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Lanman (Kemp) 
- Drinko(FC) 

C|irroll(Bay) .. 



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Coghill.(FO 

Sutherland (Kemp) 
=. jGreen(PA) ^ 



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Parf<C) 



Creasy (PA) 
Lauman (Kemp) 

126 Boyce (Bay) 
Vielock (Q 
Clifton (Kemp) 
Matt(FC) 



119 Johnson (Bay) 
— Lown<C) 



Hawkins (Kemp) 
Mordecai (FC) 

132 Casher (Bay) 
Davidson (C) 
Mansfield (PA) 
Clark (Kemp) 



155 Felthousen (C) 
— Stover<Kemp)"- 
Carr(Bay) 
Freedman (FC) 



485 Gaudreau (C) 
Cuffee (Bay) 
Schwitters (Kemp) 
Scarpulla (Pa) 



167 Carleo (C) 

Rimarski (Remp)~ 

Alexander (Kel) 
Caddies (Bay) 

Unl Woodhouse(C) 
Mayhan (FC) 
Matheson (Kemp) 
Skipper (Bay) 



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February is boat show time in Tidewater and while 
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ofiill the local boat d^ilers, and to dream a bit about 
the coming boat season. 

The 26th annual Mid-Atlantic Sports and B<^t Show 
closed last Sunday after a one week run at Scope in 
Norfolk. The 150 boats on display ranged from 
inflatable and sail power^ surf boards to a 32- foot 
motor cruiser and a 27- foot sallbmit. There were also 
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A sign of the times at the show was the addition of 
several booths offering financing for the purchase of the 
boats. Sales appeared to be good as several boats vwre 
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18 VIRGINIA BKACH SUNDWEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 14. 1979 

Beach man receives scouting award 



Veteran scouter 
Howard A. George, a 
Virginia Beach resident 
and^ Norfolk Naval 
Shipyard electrician in 
Shop 51, recently received 
the coveted Silver Beaver 
Award for "distinguished 
service to boyhood . " 

Although George was 
surprised to receive the 
high award, 1978 was a 
banner year for him in 
terms of recognition for 
his efforts in scouting. In 
addition to the Silver 
Beaver Award, he was the 
recipient of the District 
Award of Merit, Advisor 
of the Year and Explorer 
Training Award. He also 
received an Outstanding 
Contribution Award from 
the Davis Corner 
Volunteer Fire 

Department and Rescue 
Squad, which sponsors his 
Explorer Post 440. 

The Silver Beaver 
Award caps 15 years of 
service to Explorer Post 
440 by George. 

Silver Beaver Awards 
are presented annually 



and require approval of 
the National Council of 
the Boy Scouts of 
America. The highest 
awards that can be given 
by the Tidewater Council, 
they are limited to one 
award for every 75 units. 

The Tidewater Council 
cited George for serving 
"as Merit Badge 
Counselor in the field of 
electricity, safety, fire and 
first aid. He has assisted 
the council and district by 
giving first aid support for 
special events and scout 
shows. His involvement 
with exploring 

demonstrates quite clearly 
his dedication to the 
program. He is never 
reluctant to assist for the 
good of scouting. He is 
truly a dedicated 
scouter." 

George said, "It is very 
rewarding to me to see 
those youngsters with 
whom I have worked leave 
the post and make a good 
life for themselves." 
Explorers range from 14 
to 2.1 years of age, and 



while most leave at 18, 
members are trained to 
cope, with life while 
preparing for a trade or 
other vocations. Both 
boys and girls are 
members of the Explorers. 

George commended his 
wife, Kathryn, and said "I 
couldn't have done it 
without her. She -has 
worked closely with the 
group throughout the 
years and has assisted with 
the activities," he said. 

"Our satisfaction is 
derived from seeing the 
accomplishments made 
through a good program 
which helps youngsters 
move in the right direction 
. rather than hanging 
around the streets," 
George said. 

The Georges have three 
sons, two are in the Air 
Force and one will leave 
soon for the Army. Their 
oldest son serves as a 
scoutmaster in addition to 
his duties in the Air Force. 

The Georges live on 
Sedgefield Avenue in 
Virginia Beach. 



Howard A. Georgs 



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(continued from page I) 

themselves to constructing no more than 372 units on 

the property. 

Ms. Bobbie Michaels, president of the First Colonial 
Civic League, which, she said, is not a member of the 
Great Neck Association, cited as the basis for 
opposition congestion of First Colonial Road and the 
fact that the new school is not scheduled for completion 
until ,1964. The association had earlier in the 
proceedings approved the rezoning requests only to 
"withdraw approval later. '^ 

Larry Wilson, president of the Great Neck Meadows 
Civic League, also complained that the rezonings would 
create a 400 percent increase in density. If the property 
were rezoned, he said, there would be pressure on the 
council to downzone the surrounding area. 

The rezoning on the Hofheimer tract was sought to 
permit developers td continue developing Middle 
Plantation, an affluent subdivision. 
""^E. Kenneth Day, representing the applicants and also 
one of the developers, said that he would furnish 
assurances from the owners That they would not try to 
rezone their remaining holdings in the area which are 
also zoned R-I. He said it was the only subdivision in 
Virginia Beach utilizing the open space option. That is, 
property which would ordinarily be part of private lots 
is used for community open sp^ceareas. 

He said that although R-3 zoning will permit lot sizes 
to be as small as 12,000 square feet, the minimum lot 
size in the development would be 18,500 square feet 
with lots as large as two acres close to the water. R-1 
zoning requires lot Mze to be a minimum of 40,000 
square feet, close to an acre. 

Day said that 120 units are planned for the tract 
which comes to 1 .4 units per acre, the same average 
density throughout the Little Neck area. The original 
zoning for the Middle Planation Subdivision already 
under construction was R-2 and R-3. 

Attorney James Pickrell, representing the Little 
Neck, Redwing Farms and King's Grant Civic Leagues, 
presented a petition with 603 signatures of people 
opposing the application. 

He emphasized that the present Middle Planation is 
oeing built under existing zoning. The development of 
one area is no reason to throw away existing zoning, he 
said. Pickrell said that R-1 zoning in the city is fast 
vanishing. Among the 1,581 acres zoned R-1 still 
remaining in the city 433 are in this area, he said. "If 
you grant this, you will be granting (rezoning) for the 
whole area." 

Day maintained that R-I, R-2 and R-3 classifications 
were ait considered low density zoning and were 
thercfoie in keeping with the Little Neck plan. 

Reid Ervin said it made more sense to him to have 



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Councilman Donald S. Merrick placed R-I zoning in 
the same class as waterfront property. He said both are 
. becoming more scarce. 

Councilman John A. Baum said that R-I zoning was 
left over from the-Prmcess Anne County days when "we 
needed it for water and sewer." He said that the more 
restrictive zoning is in the north end, the more pressure 
there will be in the south end of the cityi He said that 
many of the people living in R-I areas now, couldn't 
afford to buy fn those areas now. 

Ervin said that farm areas area a valuable resource 
and R-1 areaslfre equally valuable. The basic question is 
can we take any application before us. "Most (are here) 
because some developer wants to make a few more 
dollars." He said he believed in the profit concept, but 
that people who live in an area Have a right to expect to 
continue to live as they are. 

Mayor Standing said that when R-1 areas are not up 
to standards (curbs and gutters, water and sewer) it 
costs the city money. Line fees and tap on fees do not 
pay for improvements. "No one can develop R-I with 
today's standards..." Earlier development included less 
expensive septic tanks, secondary roads and no curbs 
and gutters, he said. 

Ervin said thai "nobody has convinced me that you 
can't develop R-1. If you increase the density you 
increase the tax burden." 



In other zoning actions, council denied two rezoning 
petitions in Kempsville. 

John E. and Myra A. Creekmore were denied their 
application for a change of zoning from R-2 Residential 
District to R-5 ResMential District on a 1.07-acre parcel 
at the southeast intersection of Princess Avenue and 
Avalon Avenue. The existing zoning allows one single- 
family home while the proposed zoning allows three 
single-family homes. 

Howard Jones, an area resident opposed the 
application. He said that "he (Creekmore) has caused 
us enough trouble this year. He's trying to subdivide a 
subdivision." 

Willis. Realty was also denied its application for a 
change of zoning from R-6 Residential District to R-9 
Residential Townhouse District on a 3.28 acre parcel 
and for a change of zoning from B-2 Community- 
Business District to R-8 Residenlial Townhouse District 
on a 1 .32 acre parcel. Both parcels arc on the east side of 
Thalia Road, north of Virginia Beach Boulevard. 

The Planning Commission recommended approval. 
The Thalia Civic League opposed the petition because it 
would change the character of the neighborhood. 



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legislation be considered an emergency so that the city 

jvould not have to wail until July 1 to benefit from the 

action. 

Hanbury made his remarks in answer to comments by 
the Rev. Barnett Thourogood, chairman of the 
Community Advisory Committee, who said that citizens 
are "concerned about low interest loans and grants for 
(utilities) hook-ups." Community Development funds 
will be needed to provide the loans and grants to target 
area residents for hook-ups once the lines are 
constructed in their neighborhoods. The people will also 
need loans and grants for rehabilitation of homes which 
are lacking facilities to take advantage of the services. 

Hanbury said that the city is proceeding "just as fast 
as we can." He said that the non-profit corporation will 
probably make funds available first for grants for the 
extremely low-income people. For the higher income 
people, a loan program will be established. 

The CAC expects to have 75 percent of the work in 
the target areas already underway completed by June 30 
of this eyar. Recommendations made by Thourogood 
for expenditure of the fifth year grant of $2.4 million 
included the reservation of $380,000 for water and 
sewer which would be added to $120,000 already carried 
over from previous years. This money would be used for 
water and sewer hook-ups. 

He also reported that $515,000 is also available for 
rehabilitation loans and grants, which with an 
additional $250,000 from the Fifth Year grant would 
provide $765,000 to help people take advantage of 
utilities when they are available. 

To be ready to assist people when the time comes for 
improving their homes and hooking up, the CAC is also 
recommending the addition of an inpector estimator 
and housing coordinator. 

The CAC also recommends: 

1. Completion of Gracetown water and sewer 
projects. 

2. Completion of Atlantis Park water. 

3. Continuation of Queen City water and sewer. 

4. A clarification of the status of Burton Station. 
Although this is a target area nothing has been done 
there because of the Norfolk Port and Indu strial 
Authoritie's threat to take over the area. The City of 
Virginia Beach is being asked td step in and obtain 
specific commitments from the authority. 

5. Improve the drainage in Newsome Farms. The 
people have been asking for improvements for three 
years. 

6. The inclusion of three additional target areas, 
Centerville Turnpike, Reedtown and Lake Smith, and 
the study for possible inclusion as target areas of Great 
Neck Manor, Little Neck, Stumpy Lake and Brownie 
Park. 

Chris Ward, representing Volunteers of America, 
also requested Community Development funds for a 
Child Development Center. The organization at present 
has an arrangement with Tidewater Community 



College, but has a problem with space. Ward sgid that 
there is a need for a center for children of mothers 
attending TCC and asked that $75,000 be set aside for a 
feasibility study. 

Howard Cullum executive director of the Mental 
Health and Mental Retardation Board, asked for funds 
for two projects t© serve the handicapped. One, for 
$75,000, was for the relocation of an adult activity 
center to the former Miller's property, now used by the 
city, and the other for $20,000 to $30,000 for land 
acquisition and improvements for a Group Home for 
Mentally Retarded Adults. Available for the project, he 
said, is $313,000 in Department of Housing and Urban 
Development money. 

Council will consider the recommendations March 5. 
On March 21 the CJitizens i«i,dvisory Committee will 
meet to consider a three-year plan required under 
Community Development guidelines. 



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Virginia Beach quilting guild 
breathes new life into dying art 



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Quilting may be thought of as a dying art by many, 
but not by a growing number of women in Virginia 
Beach. Bonnie Lucy of Thoroughgood, who receptly 
formed the Tidewater Quitters Guild, has been so 
overwhelmed with response to the group she is 
convinced that quilting is here to stay. 

"1 kept waiting for someone else to start a club," says 
the mother of three who took'up quilting five years ago. 
'*! had a friend in a weaving guild and I wished there 
was something for the quilter. 

"1 had done a couple of craft shows and there were 
always questions about quilting. So at one show I set 
out a notebook for people to sign if they were interested 




PrtsMtnt of tht TMtmtor QiiRtert MM Bonnie Lncy, 
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in forming a club. 1 got 60 names in two days, so I knew 
there was definite interest . " 

A trip to a quilting conference in Washington O.C. 
last summer brought Mrs. Lucy in toudi with the rising 
national interest in the craft. She returned to Virginia 
Beach inspired. Soon after, the Tidewater Quilters 

Guild wasbc-n. 

"I call it an explosion," she laughs. "Everyone wants 
to ti> quilting -- they sort of get hooked on it. There's 
been so much response to the local guild, we're already 
looking for a larger meeting place." 



Becky Blevins of Virginia Beach, vice president of the 
guild, says, 'A lot of people relate quilts back;^o their 
. childhood and their grandmother. Quilts ar«,AHtappy 
(mrt of the past. J^ 

"I started quilting 10 years ago because I wai^d my 
one daughter to have a quilt for her bed. I had i^oWn up 
with them and I wanted her to. 

Mrs. Lucy adds, "When you see a quilt you know a 
lot of time, interest, planning and love went into it" 

"We don't give lessons, and we don't »ew at 
the meetings. We have programs." 

Members of the quilters guild meet to share ideas. and 
methods, she explains. "We don't give lessons, asp we 
don'tsew at the meetings. We have programs." S: 

For the March meeting members will bring in "their 
collections of quilting books and publications to pass 
around. 

"We have a 'sharing time' at each meeting whefe we 
show things we've made," Mrs. Blevins says. '*'In 
March we'll show things to wear, like quilted vests «nd 
aprons. Our theme for February featured hearts and 
flowers patterns." 

Future programs will discuss antique quilts, and how 
to use quilts throughout the house as, say, Wail 
coverings, table coverings or lampshades. Local authors 
and quilting experts will also give presentations. 

"One idea we have is for each member to make a quilt 
block of her own design that has something to do with 
the area," says Mrs. Lucy. "We'll put them together as 
sort of a 'Tidewater quilt. Then we'll l^d it for xlisfday 
at courthouses or city functions. 

Mrs. Lucy says she began quilting in 1974. 
"Everytime I went back to North Carolina to see my 
relatives they tortured me by bringing out all the 
beautiful quilts they'd made. When my children all 
started school I decided to take up the hobby." 

Donna MacDougall of Virginia Beach, who writes the 
guild's newsletter, explains that none of her relatives 
quilt. "One day I just decided I wanted to make a quift. 
I use a 15-inch round wooden embroidery hoop instead 
of a large quilting frame." ,;^?,,^. "— "' 

YOtt'tm uiit^ jrottr quirtini' metfiod to your'situation 
Mrs. Lucy says. "There are different styles and sizes of 
frames, so you can quilt even if you live in a trailer!" 

"Today there are several men on the cfuilting 
scene. They're mostly working with color and 
design, sort of free-form things." 

One thing quilters are particular about, though, is the 
type of fabric they use. "Most prefer 100 percent 
cotton" she says. "It has a nice feel and is easy to quilt, 
as the needle glides easily." 

But the sky is really the limit when it comes to pattern 
and fabric, she adds. "You can use velvets and 
polyesters; satins are nice. People used to make 'crazy 
quilts of satin, velvet and taffeta. They used their 
fanciest stitches and displayed them in the main rooms 
of the old Victorian houses. 

"Today there are several prominent men on the 
quilting scene. They're mostly working with color and 
design, sort of free-form things." 

The women agree that quilting is a time consuming 

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Cmning throi^ an Mcape acuttie during a two^y training cruise aboard tiw U.S.S^ 
NJROTC Cadet Todd Patriquin of Kempsville High School. 



Inside 
this weeic 

The five high 
school basketball 
players selected by 
Virginia Beach 
coaches as the 1978-79 
All-District Team are 
featured in the sports 
section of this week's 
^Sun. Read what the 
coaches have lo say 
about the top 
ballplayers at the 
Beach on page 12. 

Fiction is a new 
addition to this 
week's Sun. Written 
by Virginia Beach 
resident Dr. James 
Foster Crosby, the 
story is enlilled 
"Sam's Love." Vou 
can read it on piige 14. 

Business and 

real estate 5 

Classified 10-11 

Commentary 4 

Happenings. ........ 2-3 

Legal notices. ....... 6-9 

Sports 12-13 

Things to do 3 

Yesterday's Sun. . . . . . .4 



Training cruise aboard Sumter gives 
students cliance to experience Navy life 



It was an unusual crew that reported for duty abo'ard 
the U.S.S. Sumter on Wednesday evening, Feb. 7. 
Thirty-three cadets from the Virginia peach Public 
Schools N«OTtpra«ratw boarded ship font two-day 
training and indoctrination cruise. 

Ranging in age from 14 to 18, the students gathered 
from Kempsville High School, Kempsville Junior High 
and Brandon Junior High under the direction of 
NJROTC instructor John J. Dow. 

The 522-foot-long U.S.S. Sumter departed Little 
Creek at 0800 Thursday morning under the command of 
Cmdr. Fred W. Olds. Cadets were free to roam the ship 
and mingle with the crew. 

"It was my first time on a cruise," student Bill Daruk 
commented later."It really gave me a chance to know 
what Navy life is really like. 1 wish I could do it again. 
The experience made me take a positive second look at 
the Navy. 

On board, cadets were given jobs to do such as 
painting, swabbing the decks and standing watches. 
Tours of the ship were conducted by regular crew 
members and the students watched a movie describing 
the functions of a landing ship tank(LST). 

The second day of the cruise brought bad weather, 
with the wind gusting up to 25 knots and the wind chill 
factor reducing the temperature to below zero. The 



rough seas delayed docking until around 1630 on 
Friday. 

But the cadets were undaunted. Lt. Executiye. Qfflcer . 
Mark Boulden, a student at Ke^psrjMe Ififli SdKxrf, 
labgjedlhe cruise a success. 

"Cooperation on all levels, from every individual, 
made the cruise a learning experience as well as an 
enjoyable one," he said. "1 think the NJROTC 
program is underated by some students who aren't in it 
because they don't understand it. If they realized our 
purpose and spirit, they'd understand what we do 
here." 

He pointed out that the group's rifle team placed I Ith 
in the nation last year and was awarded the Oberholz 
Award for being the best rifle team in Virginia Beach. 

There are six schools in Virginia Beach that offer 
NJROTC. There is no military obligation and girls are 
allowed to join. 

Out of 2700 students at Kempsville High, 60 are 
enrolled in NJROTC. Classes meet everyday, with 
uniforms mandatory on Tuesday and Thursdays. 

Cadets attend classes in navigation, operations and 
military drill. Girls make up 20 to 30 percent of the 
classes. 

The Navy supplies about $1600 a year to support the 
program. 




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rVfrg/n/a Beach 
happenings 



CaeHttg call announced for 
"Light Up the Sky" 

The Little Theatre of Virginia Beach will hold 
auditions for its upcoming production, "Light Up 
the Sky," on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 26 and 
27, at 7:30 p.m. in the theatre auditorium. First 
perform*^ on Broadway in 1948, the play by Moss 
Hart is a comedy about theatre people. Director 
will be Ken Fraser. The play will run on weekends, 
April 6-21. 

There are four female and eight male roles, with 
an age range from mid-20's to mid-50's. Little 
Theatre of Virginia Beach is located at 24th Street 
and Barberton Drive. 



CItytUstHbutesseedllnge 
to celebrate Arbor Day 

In celebration of Arbor Day on Wednesday, 
Feb. 28, the City of Virginia Beach Environmental 
Services Division will man an information booth 
at Pembroke Mall and distribute 2,000 Loblolly 
Pine seedlings to the public. 

Personnel will answer questions regarding 
planting Irees and provide information on 
beautification from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. The 
distribution of the seedlings will be limited to two 
per family and the pavilion will be set up at the 
north end of the mall. 



King's Grant PTA views 
new audiovisual program 



The King's Grant Elementary School PTA wiliy 
meet on Monday, Feb. 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the 
school cafetorlum. Program will be the viewing of 
a new audiovisual presentation entitled "Virginia 
Beaqh, A Place of Beginnings." 

The 45-minute presentation traces, through 
sound and photos, the history of Virginia Beach 
from its early colonization to the present. Special 
emphasis is placed on schools and their part in the 
history and future of the city. Parents and all 
interested persons are invited to view the program. 



Knights of Columbus meet 

FttiKT HabtRs" Knights' of Columbus Fourth 
Degree Assembly 4632 meets on the fourth 
Wednesday of each month at 235 First Colonial 
Road in Virginia Beach at 8 p.m. Call 428*9750 
for the February calendar of events. 



Enlisted wives meet Feb. 26 

The U.S.S. John F. Kennedy Enlijted Wives 
Club will hold a business meeting on Feb. 26 at 
6:30 p.m. at the Ship 'N 'Shore Building on NOB. 
Free babysitting is provided. For further 
information call 466-1476. 



"Lookin' Fine In '79" Is theme 
for school fashion show 

The fashion merchandising class of Princess 
Anne High School will present a fashion show, 
"Lookin* Fine in '79," on March 1 at 7:30 p.m. in 
the school auditorium. Tickets are $1 in advance 
and SI. 50 at the door. 



Sons of Italy plan Feb, meeting 
and dance 

The next regular monthly meeting and election 
of new officers of Roma Lodge # 254, Sons of 
Italy, will be held on Monday, Feb. 26 at 7:30 
p.m., 3097 Magic Hollow Boulevard, Virginia 
Beach. 

A dance will be held on Saturday, Feb. 24 at the 
lodge from 9:30 to 12:30. Music will be by "The 
Continentals." 



Off<ampns registration 
underway at Beach TCC 

The Virginia Beach campus of Tidewater 
Community College will conduct spring 
registration at the following off-campus centers: 

USNAB Little Creek (Bldg. 3504) - March 1, 
3:30-5:30 p.m.; 

Oceana Naval Air Station (ESO Office) - March 
1, 11:30 a.m. -I p.m.; 

Kempsville Jr. High School - March 6, 5-7 p.m.; 

Lynnhaven )t. High School - March 8, 5-7 
p.m.; 

Windsor Woods Library - March 14, 1-2 p.m.; 

Virginia Beach Ocean front Branch Library - 
March 14, 10-1 1:30 a.m. 

For furAm inftjniMition, call the Offiw of 
Continuing ^iicatbn at 427-3070. 




Soprano, doaskgJ guitarist 
toaturad at ric eMtor 

. Timothy P. Olbrych, classical guitariit, and Patriae 
Pickering, soprano, will ippcaur in the Young People's 
Concert Series at the Virfinia Bnch Recrration Center 
Theatre, 800 Monmouth Lane, on Feb. 22 at 7 p.m. 

Olbrych has worked extensively in the New England 
area and is a graduate of Hartt College of Music with 
degrees in both «lucation and performance. He has 
studied with Richard Provost, Gordon Crosskey in 
England, and has performed In master dasses with 
Oscar Ghiglia, Michael Lorimer and Carlos Barbosa- 
Lima. 

In 1975, Olbrych was a participant in the 
International Guitar Competition in Toronto, Canada. 
Now head of the guitar department at Norfolk State 
College, he has appmred in concert on WOH<FM 
Radio. WAVY-TV 10. and as guest soloist with the 
Norfolk Chamber Consort. 

Ms. Pickering, Olbrych's wife, received her 
undergraduate and graduate degrees from Ithica 
College, N.Y., and Hartt College of Music, 
Connecticut. She has studied voice with Dr. Leslie 
Bennett and William Diard, and participated in 
workshops with Roberta Peters, Jan Pierce and Hank 
Butler, stage director at the M^ropolitan Operz. 

While director of Children's Theatre at Hartt 
College, she sang with the Connecticut Opera, appeared 
with the Hartford Symphony, taught voice and was 
soprano soloist with the Hartford Baroque Ensemble. 

All performances are free and reservations are not 
required. Seating is on a first-come first-serve basis. The 
concert will be informal with an opportunity for open 
dialogue between Olbrych, Ms. Pickering and the 
audience. For further information, catt 499-1281. 



300«H«id 

General Hospital of 
Virginia Beach invited the 
public to a free screening 
for coronary risk factors 
at the hospital on Sunday, 
Feb. 11. Approximately 
300 adults made 
appointments to see a 
film; have their blood 
pressures, heights and 
weights checked: take a 
fitness test on a bicycle 
ergometer; and have 
blood drawn for three 
tests - cholesterol, 
triglycerides and blood 
sugar (fasting). The 
screening was held from 8 
a.m. until 2 p.m., with 
much assistance from 
Virginia Beach public 
health nurses, the 
Tidewater Chapter of the 
American Heart 

Association, the Virginia 
Beach Council of Rescue 
Squads, and other 
community^oups. 



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Homestead CMc League 
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The Homestead Civic 
League installed new 
officers Feb. 8. They are: 

President, Art Ridell; 
1st vice president, Donald 
Orr; 2nd vice president, 
Walter Schmidt; 
treasurer, Harvey 
Ridinger; recording 
secretary, Gail Cutler; 
corresponding secretary, 
Hilda Alexander; 
directors, Larry Pugh, 
Warren Eckert and John 
Flannagan. 

Activities planned for 
the year include golf 
tournaments, sky divers, 
deep sea fishing, open 
block parties as well as the 



traditional holiday 
activities. The league is an 
active member of the 
Council of Civic 
Organizations of Virginia 
-Beach. 



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VIRGINIA BKACH SUNDWKDNI-SDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1979 3 



i 



Things to do this week In Virginia Beach 



Special events 



Cnift Wofkshop. Presented from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25, for 
ages 16 and up at the Virginia Beach Recreation Center, 800 
Monmouth Lane. Details at 499-1281. 

Adult Billiards Tournamenl and Dcmonsiralion. Presented 7:30 
p.m. Wednesday at the Virginia Beach Recreation Center, 800 
Monnnouth Lane. Details at 499-1281. 

Wheelchair Basltelball. Virginia Beach Sunwheelers vs. Virginia 
Beach Jaycees 7 p.m. Sunday,, Feb. 25, at the Virginia Beach 
Recreation Center, 800 Monmouth Lane. Details at 499-1281. 



Music 



Clusical Guilarisi Timothy Oibrych. In performance 7 p.m. 
Thursday in the Virginia Beach Recreation Center's Theater, 800 
Monmouth Lane. Free. Details at 499- 1 281. 

Maynard Ferguson. In concert 6 and 9 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25, at 
Rogue's in Virginia Beach. Tickets; $7 advance and $8 day of show; 
available at Ticketron outlets and at the door. Details at 422-3344. 

Tlieatre 

"Oliver!" Musical version of the Charles Dickens classic "Oliver 
Twist" presented at the Little Theater of Virginia Beach, 24th Street 
and Barberton Drive. Performances: 8:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday 
and 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25. Tickets: $4.25 adults, $2.50 students. 
Details and reservations at 428-9523. Continuing through March 3. 

"Cabin in the Sl(y." Musical comedy by Lyn Root at the Tidewater 
Dinner Theater, 4270 Northampton Blvd., Norfolk. Hours: Tuesday 
through Friday— cocktails at 6 p.m., dinner at 7, show at 8:20. 
Saturday— cocktails at 4:30 p.m., dinner at 5, curtain at 6:15 (early 
show); cocktails at 8:45, dinner at 9, curtain at 10:15 (late show). 
Sunday— cocktails at 4:30 p.m., dinner at 5, curtain at 6:15. Tickets: 
$13.90 Tuesday through Thursday, $15.75 Friday through Sunday; 
group rates available. Details at 461-2933. Continuing through March 
4. 



Tuesday througl Saturday. Continuing through Feb. 28. 

Works by Let Brady ami G.E. Olscn. Exhibit at the Virginia Beach 
Arts Center, 1711 Arctic Ave. Details at 428-9294. Continuing 
through Feb. 28. 

At tiie movies 

Bayne, 16lh Street and Atlantic Avenue. "Hardcore"'(R). 
Beach, 25th Street and Adanik Aveauc. "Ice Castles" (PG). 

Hilltop, First Colonial Road. "The Great Train Robbery" (PG), 
"Superman" (PG). 

The Movies, Pembroke Meadows Shopping Center. "Halloween" 
(R), "Watership Down" (PG). 

Pembroke, Pembroke Mall. "California Suite" (PG), "Same Time 
Next Year" (PG). ' 

Forlcids 

"Case of the Elevator Duck," "Cindeicila." "Walter the Lazy 
Mouse" and "House That Jack Built." Movies, II a.m. Saturday at 
the Oceanfront branch library, 181 1 Arctic Ave., Virginia Beach. 

"Wild Animals of Virginia" and "Gala Day at Disneyland." 

Movies, 1 1 a.m. Saturday at the Windsor Woods branch library, 3612 
S. Plaza Trail, Virginia Beach. 



Dance 



Art 



"New Prints '79." Exhibit of new works by Virginia and nationally 

known artists at the Harold Decker Haygood Gallery, 1035 

Jl^li^ndsnce Blvd., Virginia Beach. Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 



Neptune Festival "Country Hoc-Down." Presented 8 p.m. 
Saturday at the Virginia Beach Dome, 19th Street and Pacific Avenue. 
Tickets: $5. Details at 428-8000. 

Family Folk Dance. Dance instruction 7:30 p.m. the second and 
fourth Friday of each month at the Virginia Beach Recreation Center, 
800 Monmouth Lane. Germati, Russian, Yugoslavian and other 
international folk dances taught by Janet Litchfield. Free. Details at 
499-1281. 

International Folk Dancing Club. Dances from European and 
Mediterranean countries, featuring Balkan ^nd Israeli dances, 
presented Fridays (7:30 to 9 p.m. for beginners and 9 to 1 1 p.m. for 
advanced) at the United Methodist Church, i9th Street and Pacifiv 
Avenue, Virginia Befich. Donations. Details at 428-6900 or 486-73 49. _ 




Enrollment 
upatVWC 

Spring semester 
etirollment at Virginia 
Wesleyan College is the 
highest in history. Seven 
hundred forty-one 
students are registered for 
the current semester, 
compared to 737 at the 
same time last year. 

Seven hundred seventy- 
five were registered for the 
fall semester. However, 
almost all colleges and 
universities lose 
enrollment in the spring 
semester because of 
students completing 
graduation requirements 
at mid-year, st.udents who 
are suspended or expelled 
because of academic 
difficulties, and students 
who drop- out. Nineteen 
Virginia Wesleyan 
students completed 
graduation requirements 
in January. 

Of the 741 registered, 
715 are full-time students 
and 26 are part-time. 
Applications for admission 
this fall are running 
slightly ahead of the same 
period last year. 



BeafM freshman 
makes dean's list 



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4.Htle Theatre musical 



Anne B 
freshman 
College, 
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Parade of 
American music 

Virginia Beach, 
Portsmouth and Norfolk 
music clubs wifl meet Feb. 
28 at 10:30 a.m. at 
Centenary United 
Methodist Church in the 
Churchland area of 
Portsmouth. The program 
is dedicated to the 
'»NH»i#iMiV'f*«*«-*n)m of 

Mirsic 'ciuBr wn>i the 

following clubs 

participating: Thorough- 
good Music Club; 
Portsmouth Music Study 
Club; Scherzo , Music 
Club; Keynote Music 
Club; Cradock Music 
Club and the Town and 
Gown Vocal Ensemble. 
The clubs are members of 
the National Federation of 
Music Clubs and the 
Virginia Federation of 
Music Clubs. 



-PBRBON-TO-PBRBON" 

That's UbI -Ton and Tour 

LOCAL Nawapapar 



^HNivM'!," the musical currently featured at The Little Theatre of Virginia Beach, sfin rfl . 

-JohnliMB in the title role. Evenmg parformanGes are at 8:30 p.m. on Friday and 
Saturday nights, FA. 23 and 24 and March 2 and 3. Sunday matinee on Feb. 25 is at 3 
p.m. Tickets are S4.25 for adults and $2.50 for students. For reservatioifk call the 
theatrv box office at 428-9523. Little Theatre of Virginia Beach is tocated at 24th 
Street and Barterton Drive. 




Clark, a 
Lynchburg 
burg, Va., 



d to the 
thelpast 
semsyjtr'. She is the 
daugmer of Mr. and Mrs. 
W.C. Clark, Jr., of 
Abingdon Road, Virginia 
Beach. 



Ballet and scholarship auditions are scheduled 



TheJyi4:ginia Beach. Community Ballet Company will 
hqldiapigatteillfi^JM^eason OA S^tyr^gy, Feb, 
24 a>«»We-V!«0«I^BeaCTM39nservatory of Art^. Any 
serious ballet student wishing to audition for the 
company is invited to do so at this time. All dancers are 
to come prepared for class in the proper attire. 

Miss Dorothy Fiore, who works closely with the 
conservatory, will judge the company auditions. Miss 
Fiore freelance teaches and performs throughout the 
USA and Canada. 

Apprentice and junior company auditions will be held 
from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Dancers must be between the ages 
of eight and 12 years with at least one year of tjpaining to 
be considered for those two groups. ^_J> 

Senior company auditions will be from 4 to 5:30 p.m. 
and dancers must be at least 13 years of age with two 
years of pointe instruction. Senior company candidates 
should bring pointe shoes. The ballet company is 
especially looking for males who would be interested in 
performing with the company. 

On Sunday, Feb. 25, the Virginia Beach Conservatory 
of Arts will hold scholarship auditions for Tidewater 



ballet students interested in studying . at the 
con^rvatory. Students wishing to audition must be 11 
yeati of age and should have a minimum of one year of 
ballet training. Scholarships will be granted for a period 
of one year with renewals scheduled'in January 1980. 

Advanced beginner students will be auditioned from 1 
to 2:30 p.m.; advanced intermediate students from 2:30 
to 4 p.m. Advanced intermediate students will be 
required to bring pointe shoes. 

A scholarship program is available for eligible males 
in classical and modern training. 

Both the scholarship auditions and the Community 
Ballet tryouts will be held at the Lynnhaven studio of 
the Virginia Beach Conservatory of Arts, 2703 Avenger 
Drive, off Lynnhaven Parkway. For additional 
information call Virginia Biggs at 340-9785 Monday 
thru Thursday 12 noon to 6 p.m. 



Audition winner 

Moni^ie McCloud, age It, danghter tf Mr. and Mrs. J.K. McCtoHd, Uttie Nwk Road, 
Virginia leach has been aHdMwMd and soloettd by David MchardMn, Met nwstor of 
Now Yorii Cl^lalitt,,lo danet bi fioor^ BahncMno's Narlovdn to be prasantid by the 
NowYori(CityBailotattbeK«MiodyCantM-biWaditagten,D.C. TboporiMMneoaare 
schodriad throngh March 10. A stwlant of the Tidewater Ballot Association, Mss 
Md»Mid studios with torosa MMlhi« of Vhrtfnia Boach, Oene NaMMOtt, Susan Bmtos, 
Patricia SoitoH and Mcardo fitlhias of Norfolk, faculty of tbo TIdawatM' BaRot 
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\liSiiiiaBeach^sim 

Commentafy 

Stable dollar needed 
for success of 
Savings Bond program 

Like the nickel candy bar and other victims 
of inflation, the $25 U.S. Savings Bond is 
being discontinued by the Treasury. The 
government should be humbled, if not 
humiliated, in announcing the small bond's 
demise. 

A government which sells bonds to citizens 
as a long-term investment certainly has a 
responsibility to preserve the value of its 
currency, so profound is tlje failure of the U.S. 
government in that respect that $18.75 — the 
amount the government now borrows when it 
issues a bond worth $25 at maturity — is too 
much of a pittance to be worth all the 
paperwork. 

Starting next year the cheapest bonds 
offered by the Treasury will cOst $25, 
redeemable in 12 years for $50, thus paying an 
annual interest rate of 6 percent. How well 
they do in the marketplace may depend on 
whether the Treasury can convince investors 
that they will not be short-changed when they 
collect $50 in 1992 for the $25 they loaned the 
government in 1980. 

The record of the last 12 years, which saw 

the dollar lose more than half its purchasing 

p>dwer , does no t inspire much confidence in 

that kind of deal. ' 

I If The^governmenf finally gets its fiscal and 

jmonetary house in order, and can bring some 

jstability to our currency, Uncle Sam will not 

Shave to blush when a child empties a piggy 

^ank to buy a bond and takes it home with a 

jsense of pride and security. 






Loophole allows 
students \q forget 
loan repayment 

The last Congress enacted the first major 
revision of federal bankruptcy laws in 40 
years. Under the pressure of last fall's 
adjournment deadline, the House and Senate 
took the extraordinary step of reconciling their 
separate and conflicting bills without 
submitting them to a conference committee. 

An apparent consequence of taking such a 
short-cut with a complicated piece of 
legislation has surfaced in the federal courts in 
San Diego, Calif. Inadvertently, we must 
assume, Congress opened the way for students 
fresh out of college to use bankrupty as a 
means of discharging debts for government 
grants and student loans that paid for their 
education. 

Keep tax records 

Federal law requires a taxpayer to keep the necessary 
records to prepare a complete and accurate income tax 
return. You must also keep your records for as long as 
their contents may be material in administering any 
internal Revenue law. 
Records to keep — 

• receipts, cancelled checks and other evidence to prove 
amounts claimed as deductions; 

• any documents to prove an overpayment of tax if a 
claim for refund is made; 

• copies of tax returns filed. 
How long to keep records — 

• Records that support an item of income or a deduction 
must be kept until the statute of limitations for the 
return expires (three years from the date the return 
was due or filed, or two years from the date the tax 
was paid, whichever occurs later). 

• Other records, that concern income averaging or 
property transactions — purchase of a home, for 
as long as they are material. 

• Copies of tax returns filed should be kept since they 
may be helpful in preparing future returns. 




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. AMMNItTIIATION 

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Yesterday's Sun: Manh e, ises 



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Slieidon Kelly 



Proposed center Includes pool, 

gyntf office space 

/ 

A city-wide recreation and community center is in the 
works if plans of a conglomerate of toqal organizations 
are carried out. 

Fred Aucamp, representing the Good Government 
Association, appeared before the Parks and Receation 
Commission Tuesday to request its aid in planning the 
facility. The center, if built, would b; located on city- 
owned land and operated by the city. 

The facility would include an indoor swimming pool, 
gymnasium, tennis courts, meeting rooms and offices 
for United Communities Fund agencies. ... 

Aucamp said that the center was planned to serve all 
the people of all age groups in the city. Groups which 
have already pledged their support include the Good 
Government Association, an eccumenical group in 
Princess Anne Plaza, Ruritans, Lions, Health, Welfare 
and Recreation Planning Council and the Virginia 
Beach Federation of Women's Clubs. ... 

The group is hoping for a 26-acre site in the Princess 
Anne Plaza area. It has been tentatively called the 
Community Services Park. ... 

...In other business, the Commission proposed that a 
new surfing area be established at Croatan Beach. The 
area is at the end of Washington Street in Camp 
Pendleton. A statement in the surfing report read, "The 
Parks and Recreation Department feels that the existing 
time limits and designated surfing areas have been 
established in a fair manner and cannot be improved 
upon. However, the Department does feel that if an 
additional surfing area can be established in the Croatan 
Beach area, if only for one summer, it would help to 
solve the dangerous conditions that presently exist at the 
Steel Pier surfing area during the summer season." 

Day /fi court set 

Another chapter in the Thoroughgood controversy 
will be written tomorrow morning in Virginia Beach 
Circuit Court. Representatives of the ThoroughgocKl 
Civic League will receive a hearing before Judge Robert 
Wahab (whom they requested) on their petition to stop 
the commercialization of the entrance to their 
development. 

The petition ... seeks a temporary injunction 
restraining the Thoroughgood Corp. from going ahead 
with plans for future commercial development. 
Apparently the original intent of the temporary 
injunction request cannot be accomplished. ... 



SUNDmnNIms 



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College students urged 
to report changes 

Students getting sociiil security benefits arc urged lo 
report changes. Vlicrc arc 6()0,<)00 or more siudcnis 
gelling monthly siKial security checks and a great many 
oCihem aiieiid schools in Tidewater. Ii's important that 
they report certain ihing.s to social security. 

Students should be sure lo lei social .security know if 
they have a change in earnings, school enrollment, 
address or if ihey become married. 

Students can get monthly social security' payments 
when a parent gets retirement or disability benefits or 
when an insured parent dies. They can continue to get 
payment up lo age 22 p long as they are attending an 
accredited school on a full time basis. 

The changes mentioned above - earnings, school 
enrollment or marital status can affect their payments. 

If a Tidewater student - |8 or over • is getting .social 
security payments and leaves school or starts attending 
on a part-time basis, he or she should notify the social 
security office immediately. 

They are obligated to tell us of ihe.se changes so we 
can stop the monthly benefits, as required by law. 

A student's toial yearly earnings from part-time 
employment or temporary jobs or any sclf-employmeni 
income can also affect social security payments. 

Any Tidewater student - who receives social security - 
and knows his or her earnings for 1979 will exceed 
$3,480 should report ihi.s to the social security office. 
Otherwise, checks may be sent when a student is not 
entitled to them - and they will have to be paid back. 

Students who have questions about their benefits can 
visit or call the social security office nearest to where 
they are. — — 

The Norfolk Social Security Office is at 366UJ 
Virginia^ Beach ^Ivd., Norfolk. Virginia and the 
telephone number is 441-6401. 




Coffege 



Dr*.! 



The matter blew up about a month ago when 
residents of Thoroughgood learned that the developers 
planned commercial structures to house specialty shops 
and professional offices on about 12 acres of land 
previously undeveloped off Pleasure House Road at the 
entrance to Thoroughgood. 

Although the land has been zoned commfercial since 
19SS, a number of residents said they had been led to 
believe it would remain undeveloped. They asked City 
Council to rezone it. On the advice of City Attorney 
Harry Marshall and Planning Director Patrick Standing 
the matter was referred to the city planning commission 
for a public hearing in April. Marshall pointed out that 
otherwise he felt the city was leaving Itself wide open to 
a lawsuit for damages should the zoning be changed. ... 

Storm damage Is minor 

Virginia Beach was spared the brunt of the storm 
which moved up the Atlantic coastline this past 
weekend. However high winds and tides did result in 
minor damage, as well as some inconvenience to 
residents 

Wind driven rain, and falling tree limbs, covering 
thoroughfares of Virginia Beach made driving hazardous 
in many parts of the city. Although a total of 48 
accidents were reported during the storm's passage, 
there were no reports of serious injuries, and all 
accidents were of a minor nature. 

Flooding up to one foot was reported on several 
streets in the city, and water was said to be about a foot 
deep in the flooding of a Tinee Giant supermarket at 
Baltic Avenue and 29th Street on Sunday. The most 
severe flooding was reported on roadways of the Broad 
Bay and Lynnhaven areas. Numerous cars were flooded 
out in attempts to drive on thoroughfares on Bay 
Island. 



CooptratiM with kiiiiiMts Mtf Mustry 

Tidewater Community College (TCC), through its 
Continuing Education dqMrtmeiits and in cooperation 
with the Special Training Divisimi of the Vi^nia 
Community College Syston Offices, can provide special 
training programs for new and expanding twsiness and 
industry. 

The economic development of the Tidewater area is 
dependent upon a ready work force with the skills to 
perform a variety of tasks. When new companies locate 
here, Tidewater Community Collie can assist them in 
training workers. In the case of existing inclustries, TC(^ 
can provide training programs to support expanding 
technology and new areas of production. 

The Virginia Employment Commission cooperates by 
recruiting prospective employee-students for the 
training programs. « 

TCC's special training |H-ograms are cowdinated with 
each industry according to the needs of the company. 
Training programs may incorporate job analysis, 
recruiting and training of instructors, rinancial sur^jort 
for job instruction, and an adaptation for raminuous 
training. 

The benefits of such training are twofold. The 
company benefits from more efficient production, an^ 
the employee gains in skill and in opportunity for 
advancement on the job. 

Over the years, Tidewater Community College has 
provided special training programs for business and 
industry in all areas of Tidewater, and in a variety of job 
types. 

Companies for which training programs have bMn 
developed include Columbia Yacht. Gen«td Electric, 
Foster Grant, Snark, Volvo, Peck IronWdrks, Medical 
Center H(»pitals, Stihl, Dynark, and Chesapeake and 
Potomac Telephone Company. Among the skills taught 
have been electronics production line work, mechanics, 
boat building, and management. 



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Price of new housing 
continues to accelerate 
as demand remains liigli 



General Hospital announces diaiiges 
in visiting: liours and policies 




Housing economists are predicting that a miAdle- 
priced home in Virginia Beach and Chesapeake willtost 
$118,000 in 1987! Sound unbelievable? Perhaps not, 
when you examine the recent record of price jumps for 
new housing. 

In just 10 years, the median price of a new home in 
Tidewater has doubled, increasing at a rate of 12.5 
percent a year. Here's the schedule: 



1968 


$24,700 


1973 


$32,500 


1969 


$25,600 


1974 


$35,900 


1970 


$23,400 


1975 


$39,300 


1971 


$25,200 


1976 


$44,200 


1972 


$27,600 


1977 


$48,700 






1978 


, $56,000 



The Maternity Unit at General Hospital of Virginia 
Beach has announced several changes in visiting hours 
and policies effective immediately. 

Each new mother may designate the baby's father or 
one other peson as her "Parenting Partner." This 
person may visit in the mother's room at any time 
between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m., with a special Parenting 
Partner pass which will be issued by the nurses. The pass 
is not transferable. Any parenting partner who will be in 
a room when the babies are brought to their mothers 
must scrub and wear a sterile gown. 

The hospital has also extended hours when sibling 
visitation is permitted in the nursery area. Children aged 
2-12 will now be allowed to view their new brothers and 
sisters through the nursery windows from 2-4 p.m. and 
7-8:30 p.m., if accompanied by an adult. Only two 
children per family may be in the nursery area at one 
time. The children may also visit with their mothers in 
the second-floor lobbies during these hours. No children 



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Over the next 10 years, demand is expected to 
continue and grow to an ^ll-time high due to the 
continuing influx of buyers born during the post- World 
War II baby boom, the perception of home ownership 
as a good hedge against inflation, and the increase in the 
, number of home buyers who are single and divorced. In 
Chesap(;ake and Virginia Beach, the population is 
expected to increase by almost 50,000 and 100,000 
people respectively. To cpmpiete the picture^ mortgage, 
rates are expected to remain between nine and 11.5 
pe rcent throughout the next ten-year period. 

The predictions present a powerful argument for 
"Buying now, and recent studies suggest that the 
American people have gotten the message. 

In 1987 when that median price house reaches 
$1 18,000, it's expected that incomes will have risen at a 
near comparable -rate also. Despite that assurance, 
many in the housing industry worry that, in fact, a new 
home may be available only to the upper middle-class 
and the wealthy. That's a situation no one would want 
to see, because owning one's own home has been an 
^integral part of the American dream in the 20th century. 

Already there is strong evidence that home owners.are 
itretchmg Jiemsel^s th«f*>n t^^fenthly m^Jage 
i>aymelS.lL Kit sti^^the U^t^ie of Sii^ngs 
Associations showed that nearly three-quarters of home 



buyers with incomes of less than $15,000, one-half with 
incomes between $15,000 and $20,000 and one-third 
with incomes between $20,000 spend more than 25 
percent of their income on housing. 

And many in the heavy demand group of 25 to 35 
years of age are being priced out of the market all 
together. 

In the last few years new programs to extend greater 
purchasing power to the home buyer have been 
developed. One such program, the FHA 245 Graduated 
Payment Mortgage program, allows for tnonthly 
mortgage payments to increase at a rate of from iVi to 
7'/2 percent a year iff the first five to .10 years. The plan 
is restricted to single-family, owner-occupied homes. 
The term of the mortgage is limited to 30 years, and the 
maximum loan amount is $60,000. There are five 
different plans currently being used. An example of 
costs and payments under Plan III follows: 

A $50,000 sales prices with $1650 in FHA estimated •■■^ bbi ■ 

st«ir r:u%Hril'=:;rrs 1^% ^'-N Enterprises opens beauty saion 

with a down payment of $3950. Monthly payments, 
including principal, mterest and mprtgage insurance 
premium, are listed below: 



under 12 are allowed to visit their mothers' rooms. 

Mothers who have requested private rooms to keep 
their babies with them will now have two options. 
"Rooming-ln" may be continuous, with the baby 
sharing the mother's room 24 hours a day. Or, the 
mother and her physician may request modified 
rooming-in. with the infant being returned to the 
nursery for the night, and at any time the mother needs 
rest or treatment. 

If the mother is given a private room for rooming-in, 
her parenting partner may obtain a special pass to visit 
at any time, day or night. Grandparents will be allowed 
to visit these rooms and hold the babies during regular 
visiting hours— 2-4 p.m. and 7-8:30 p.m. Parenting 
partners and grandparents must scrub and gown before 
entering the room. Babies who are rooming-in may be 
returned to the nursery if their brothers or sisters come 
to see them. 



$324.64 
$347.69 
$372.35 



First year 
Second year 
Third year 



$398.74 
$426.95 

$457.15 



Fourth year 
Fifth year 
Sixth through 
Thirtieth year 



The National Association of Home Builders is 
pushing for even more liberal graduated mortgage . 
legislation this year. The HAHB proposal, call the 
Housing Opportunity Act of 1979. would involve no 
federal subsidy or funds. Rather it is an extension of the 
FHA-insured Graduated Payment Mortgage plan. 
According to the NAHB plan, buyers could choose to 
keep their low initial monthly payment for two or five 
years. Payments would then increase gradually over the 
next 10 years and then remain fixed for the duration of 
the loan. .— ^ ~ 

. If passed, this legislation would benefit Tidewater 
resid.^p^l wj.tJi .ipfipjp^Jrpra $i6jpQ04o %UJm»,mr^ 
who are now finding the financing of a new home t9 be 
a heavy burden. 



Beach mail elected chainnan of the board 



Robert F. Boyd of 
Virginia Beach, senior 
partner in the Norfolk law 
firm of Boyd, Payne. 
Gates & Farthing, has 
been elected chairman of 
the board of Holly Hill 
Lumber Co. He was 
elected at the company's 
recent annual meeting. 

Holly Hill is one of the 
largest privately held 
lumber companies in the 



Blood iMnlc 

awarded 

accrecNtation 

Bayside Hospital's 
Blood Bank has been 
awarded a two-year 
accreditation by the 
American Association of 
Blood Banks. 

Accreditatidn follows an 
intensive on-site# 
inspection by specially 
tirained representatives of 
^t-ne association, and 
establishes that the level of 
medical and technical 
performance within the 
facility meets or exceeds 
the standards set by the 
American Association of 
Mood Banks. 



Southeast. Headquartered 
in Holly Hill, S.C, the 
company manufactures 
industrial, export and 
home construction 
lumber, plywood, medium 
density fiberboard, and 
furniture in its four 
plants. The company also 
farms and manages its 
own timberland, and 
forests owrted by others. 

Boyd has served on the 
Holly Hill board for 12 
years. He is listed in 
several professional 
directories, including 
"Who's Who in Fmance 
and Industry," and serves 
on numerous 



philanthropic foundation 
boards in Tidewater and 
throughout the nation. 
Boyd is vice president- 
finance and a member of 
the board of Norfolk- 
based Stewart 
Sandwiches, Inc., and is 
chairman of the Judiciary 
Committee of the Virginia 
State Bar. 

He was recently elected 
to the board of directors 
of Dundee Cement 
Company, Dundee, Mich. 
He is vice chairman of the 
board of trustees of 
Virginia Wesleyan 
College, a trustee of the 
endowment association of 



the College of William 
and Mary, and vice 
president of the board of 
trustees of Randolph- 
Macon Academy. 



Prolong the life of your 
furnace's fiberglass filter 
by removing it and 
cleaning it with your vac's 
dusting brush. 

ASTUTE BUYERS 

The man or woman who reads 
their community newspqwr 
from cover-to-cover each iinle it 
not only a wdl-informed ptnm 
on local eventt, but hii or her 
koowtodfe through this reading 
habit makes them become the 
roost astute buyen in this 
community. 



AI-Del Entergrises, 
Inc., with offices in 
Virginia Beach and 
trading as Edie Adams 
Cut and Curl, recently 
opetied their ninth local 
heamy talon at Bayside 
Shopping Center, 4801 E. 
Shore Drive, Virginia 
Beach. The new salon 
features a unisex section 
called Haircrafters, along 
with the regular Edie 
Adams Cut and Curl 
format. 

President of Al-Del 
Enterprises, Inc., Delbert 
A. Sexton, a retired Naval 
Officer, stated. "The 
Haircrafters section of our 
new salon is designed to 

Jlea/esMt 
tax 9X9mptlon 

Starting with the 1979- 
80 fiscal year, Virgiijia 
Beach elderly and 
handicapped can take 
advantage of an. increased 
real estate tax exemption. 
The net income allowed 
for exemption is being 
increased from $7500 to 
$8500 and the net worth 
from $20,000 to $35,000. 

City Council approved 
the change which will 
provide for exemptions of 
20 percent for people with 
incomes from $7,001 to 
$8,500, to 100 percent for 
people with incomes under 
$35,000. 



appeal to men more than a 
regular beauty salon and 
even features a separate 
shampoo area. The split 
shop concept has been in 
use in other Edie Adams 
Cut and Curl Salons in the 



United States for over 
three years and has proven 
to be very popular with 
the male trade." 

Sexton says more salons 
are pi an ned «. for >.the 
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VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC NOTICES 



In the Ckrk'i Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 24th day of January, 
1979. 

OROEROF 
PUBLICATION 

Allen Kincaid. Plaintiff, 
against Linda Ragland 
Kincaid. Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of more than 
one year separation. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address bdng: 
7400 Stirling Road. 
Hollywood. Florida, it is 
ordered that Linda 
Ragland Kincaid do 
appear on or before the 
20th of March. 1979. and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

DeputyOerk 

Jeffrey G. Haverson 
3 18 Holiday Inn Scope 
Norfolk, Virginia 



Parliament Drive^ 
Virginia Bea(^. Virginia 
23462 

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By 



John V. Foitrcss 

Oerk 

J. Curtis Fruit. D.C. 



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Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
24th day of January. 1979 

In the Matter of the 
adoption of Dawn htarie 
Wilson and the change oi 
tame of said infant to 
Dawn Marie Smith 

Chancery No. C78-2071 

By: David Hill Smith and 
Sheila Lynne Winnett 
Wilson Smith. Petitioners 

To: Timothy Theron 

Wilson 

c/oSybiU Wilson 

Route 2 

Creer, South Carolina 

ORDER 

This day came David 
Hill Smith and Sheila 
Lynne Winnett Wilson 
Smith, hustand and mte, 
Petitioners. and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adcvtion of the 
above-named infant. 
Dawn Marie Wiisoo, by 
David Hill Smith and 
Sheila Lynne Winnett 
Wilson Smith, hmtand 
and wife, and affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that Timothy Therm 
Wilson, a natural parent 
of said child, is a non- 
resident of the ^te of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
c/o Sybil Wilson, Route 2. 
Greer. South CaroUiM. 

It is therefore 
ORDERED th« tlw said 
Timothy Hio-on Wilson 
appear Mott this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
publication q{ thtt Order 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or othCTwIie do 
what Is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 

A co|^ teste: 

John V. Festitai 

Oerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

By: J. Curtij Fruit, D.C. 

We ask for this: 

R. MichMl &iith. p.q. 

Suite 201. 404 South 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 24th day of January, 
1979. 

Robert Franklin Hagans, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Lorraine Thomas Hagans, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant upon the 
grounds of having lived 
and apart without 
interruption or 

cohabitation for a period 
exceeding one year. 

And an . affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: 4209 Belvue 
Avenue, Baltimore, 
Maryland. 

It is ordered that 
Lorraine Thomas Hagans 
do appear on or before the 
20th of March, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
-to protect her interest in 
this suit. 



A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk 

J. Hugo Madison, Atty., 
p.q. 

United Va. Bapk,Bldg., 
Norfolk. Virginia 

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Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
2Sth day of January, 
1979. 

In Re: Name change of 
Robert Renaldo Pearson 
to Robert Renaldo Cutler 

In Chancery #C-79-136 

By: Earnest Lee Cutler, 
Jr. and Lauretta B. 
Cutler, Petitioners 

To: Robert Lester Pearson 
S26 Hannan Street 
Petersburg, Virginia 

ORDER 

This day came Earnest 

Lee Cutler, Jr. and 

Lauretta B. Cutler, 

Petitioners. and 

represented that tlK object 

of this proceeding is to 

effect the name change of 

the above infant, Robert 

Renaldo Pearson, by 

Earnest Lee Cutler. Jr. 

and Lauretta B. Cutler, 

husband and wife, and 

Affidavit having been 

made and, filed that 

Robert Lester Pearson, a 

natural parent of said 

child, is a non-resident of 

the State of Virginia, the 

last known post office 

address being: 526 

Hannan Street. 

Pi^nsburg. Virginia. 

It is therefore 

ORDERED that the said 

Robert Lester Pearson 

appear before this Court 

<M or before March. 1979 

and indicated his attitude 

toward the proposed name 

change, or otherwise do 

what is necessary to 

jmHKi his interest in this 

matter. 

A copy-Teste: 



Stuart R. Gordon 
3707 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23452 

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ORDER 

Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 24th 
day of January, 1979. 

David Jonathan Vaughan, 

Complainant, 

vs. 

Joann Vaughan Law, 

Davis A. Vaughan, 

Thomas A. Vaughan, 

Thomas A. Vaughan, 

Marvel W. Vaughan, 

Rodney Lane, 

Frank Lane, 

Rose Ellen Wadsworth, 

Margaret Blake, 

and 

June Kay Freeman, 

Defendants. 

The obj«;t of this suit is 
to construe and interpret 
the Last Will and 
Testament of Lonnie H. 
Nosay, deceased, and the 
Complainant prays that he 
be declare(i, pursuant to 
4he terms of that Will, the 
fee simple owner of 
certain property known as 
"the land at Bethel 
Church" which was 
devised to him pursuant to 
the terms thereof. 

And an Affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that certain 
Defendants are non- 
residents of the State of 
Virginia an4. t^eir liatt 



Abilene. Kansas, it is 
ordered that Mary France 
do appear on or before the 
28th of March, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest III 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

Stuart R. Gordon 
3707 Byler Building 
Virginia, Beach, Virginia 

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ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 30th day of January. 
1979. 

Carroll Ann McCarthy. 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Gregg Thomas McCarthy. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain an annulment 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of 



John V. Foitress 

^ Ckik 

By: J. Curtis fruit 

Deputy Clak 

Zobyfti^illias 

340 B.hiwtown Road . 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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In the Qerk's Office of 
the dreuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 22nd day of January, 
1979. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Samantha Sandra Dobson 
Foreman. Pluntiff a^nst 
Jack Thomas Foreman, 
Jr., Defendant. 

4 " 

The object of Ibis suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the s^id Defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed tl^t due 
diligence has bMn used by ' 
and on behalf of the 
complainant |o ascertain 
in what county or 
corporation the defendant 
is, without effect, the last 
known past office address 
being; 961 1-A 5th Bay 
.Street, Norfolk. Virginia 
it is ordered t hat Jack 



defendant's previous 
marriage was not 
dissolvol prior to date of 
marriage between parties. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address bdng 
178 Larch Ave.,^gota, 
^ New Jersey. , 

fenbwn PgHb /?f%S(q It is o^«i'«4i''thai'Or^ 
addresses are set forth Thomas McCarthy do 



hereinafter; to-wit: 
"Joanne Vaughan Law, 
3165 Ayrshire, Bloomfield 
Hills, MI, 48102; Thomas 
A. Vaughan. 955 Waikiki 
Drive. Merritt Island, FL. 
32952; Rodney Lane. 
P.O. Box 536. Carey, NC. 
37511. and Frank Lane, 
2371 Leisure Lake Drive. 
Dunwoody, GA, 30338." 
It is therefore 
ORDERED that Joanne 
Vaughan Law, Thomas A. 
Vaughan, Rodney Lane, 
and Frank Lane, do 
appear on or before the 
23rd day of March. 1979. 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect their 
interests in this suit. 

John V. Fentress. Qerk 



appear on or before the 
23rd of March. 1979. and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress. Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Robert B. Cromwell, Jr. 
p.q. 

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Thomas Fomnan, Jr. do 
appear on or before the 
15th of March. 1979. and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress. 

Clerk 

J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

T'd ^'t '"'*1 '"^H "A'^d"''" 
Society ^ 

c/o Department of Social 
Services Building 
Virginia Beach Boulevard 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 



In the Qak'n Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Vi^inia Beach, on 
At 24th day of January, 
1979. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Betsy Ross Valentine, 
Plaintiff, against Patrick 
Ronald Valentine, 
Defendant. 

The object of this »iit is 
to obtain a divor^ a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defouiatt upon 
the grounds of a 
separation of more than 
one year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: 228 North Metzger 
Road. Rittman. Ohio 
44270. it is orda-«d that 
Patrick Ronald Valentine 
do an>ear on or before the 
20th of March. 1979. and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his inta-«st in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

dork 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

'HuKxlore A. Boyce 
105 N. Plaza Trail 
Virginia Beach. Virfinia — 



and/or one ytar 
separation. Ami an 
affidavit having been 
made and flkd that the 
defendant is a noB' 
re«dat of the Stale of 
Virgtaia. the last kmnwn 
post offtoe address being: 
2801 Mwo Stre^, ^Miwy 
Lalw, Nwth CanribM it ii 
ord«ed that Ocne OtHrdpn 
Doty do appear on or 
before the IMi of M«ch. 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
int^est in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentt'en 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Dqmtydin'k 

E.C.Powell 

3653 SewelU Point Road 

Norfolk. Virginia 23513 

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Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office df the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the. 
22ndof January. 1979. 

IN RE: Adoption of Baby 
Boy No. 26016 and change 
of name to Ramsey Bryan 
Dudley 

By: Darnel Shipp Dudley 
and Carolyn Ramley 
Dudley, Petittoners . 



Lindfi Lee Hyatte. 
Plaintiff, against Allen R. 
Hyatte. Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrinMnii froqi 
the said defendant, upon 
"the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
for a period in excess of 
one year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that due diligence has 
been used by or in behalf 
of the complainant ^to 
ascertain in which county 
or corporation the 
defendant is, without 
effect, the last known post 
office address being: 417 
24th Street. Apt. 2, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
it is ordered that Allen R. 
Hyatte do appear on or 
before the 5th of April. 
1979. and do what may be 
necessary to protKt his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste^ 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy aerk 

Stuart R. Gordon 

3707 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Virginia Beach. Vi rginia 



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^ORDEROF 



l/M.2/7,2/14,2/21 . PUBLICATION 
ayC-77-1738 

To: John Doe, 
Unknown Natural 

Father, 
Address Unknown 

This day came Danid 

ORDER OF Shipp Dudley and CarolyB 

PUBUCA'mff'^'''^V^y 1<D5WWP, 
Petitioners, asd 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 22nd day of January, 
1979. 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 12th day of February, 
1979. 

Elon Chauncey Black, 
Plaintiff, against Mary 
Margaret Smith Black. 
DefendMit. .t'i'<>X i^ 



in? t h 



Janie Mills Dangerfield 
Coleman. Plaintiff, 
against James William 
Coleman, Defendant. 



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J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk 

I ask for this: 
James E. Brydges, Jr. 

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In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 5th day of February, 
1979. 

Jesse P. Burwell, 
Plaintiff, against Mary 
France, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
without cohabitation and 
without interruption for a 
period in excess of orie 
year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known p<»t office address 
bdng: 610 Cottage £Wve, 



In the Clerk's Ofrvx of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 22nd day of January. 
1979. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Lesley Diane Heath. 
Plaintiff, against Mdvin 
Leiand Heath, Defendant. 

The objed of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defeiKlant, upon 
the grounds of Section 20- 
91 (9) 1950, Code of 
Virginia, as amended 
(sQMration in excess of 
one year). And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that tlw 
defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last > known 
post office addre» bdng: 
Staff ^t.. E-5 Box 358, 
APO New York, New 
York 09860 it is ordmKt 
that Mdvin Ldaml Heath 
do appear on or before the 
15th of March. 1979. and 
do whM may be meewuy 
to proted his interot in 
this suit. 

A<^py^Tote: 



In Ute Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach. <m 
the 25th day of January, 
1979. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATIC»4 

Roslyn GtfaMiae Dodson, 
Plaintiff, against Bobby 
Earl Dodsm, Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo miOrimiMiii fr(Mn 
the said defendant upon 
the grouMb of aqMraUoa 
of more than (me year in 
aoc(K:dance with Section 
20-91 (9) of the Code of 
Virginia. 1950. as 
amended. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defeiulant is a non- 
rewiau of the State of 
Vu^nia. the last known 
post office address b^ig: 
1310 HaiBlin Drive. 
C^tfwater, FkHida 33516 
k is ordered ttutt BoMy 
Ear! Dodsoa do appear OB 
or before the 23rd of 
March, 1979. and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his iMerest in this 
suit. 

Acc^-TiatiK 
JeriMV.Fcmrai 

ClHt 

By:|,airt{sFnrit 
D^utyOeric 

BoyeeftKaledi 
103 N. Plaza Aiy 
Virginta Beack. Vfrpnia 

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The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non- 
resident of the Sute of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address bdng: 
U.S.S. John F. Kennedy, 
FPO New York, New 
York 0^01 it is ordered 
that James William 
Colenuui do appear on or 
before the 15th of March, 
1979, and do what nuy be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Oerk 

By: J. Outis I^uit 

Deputy Oerk 

TmnC.Sknith 
2604PadficAvaiue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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In the derit's Office of 
the Oroiit Court of the 
Oty of Virginia Beach, cm 
the 23rd day of Janu»y. 
1979. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

I^aae Doty. Plaintiff. 
a^BSt Gene Gordon 
Dc^, Defoidant. 

Tte obM(^ (rf this suit b 
to obtain a 4iv(m« a 
temm m Aoro to ^ima 
moied into a cHvone a 
vinculo n^riraonii from 
thtsrid d^odaM, qim 
tte p-ounds of cn^y 



represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above nan»d infant, Baby 
Boy No. 26016 ud chan^ 
of name to Ramsey ^an 
Dudley, by Dtmd Siripp 
Dudley and Carolyn 
Ramsey Dudley, husbaod 
and wife, and affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that John Doe, 
unknown natural fathv of 
an unnamed male child 
bom cm O&sAm 1, 1976 
to Terri ^nigay in the 
Portsmouth Naval 
Hospital. Portsmouth, 
Virginia, and that the 
wliereabouts of the 
natural father is 
imknown. and that due 
difigmw has been used by 
and on behalf of tlw 
petitionen to ascertain in 
what county of 
<»rporation the natural 
fMhtf is. withoitt dfiet, 
and that the last post 
offlce address being: 
lAiknown. 

It is thotfore Ordered 
that the said Jdm Doc 
am?ear befwe this Cmirt 
on <x befm-e the 19tfc ^ 
of March, 1979. and 
indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
a<k)ptlon. (» otfatfwte do 
what is necessary to 
protein his intoot in this 
niatl«. 

Ao^-Tcite: 
J. Curtis Fndt, D.C. 

R. ^uriey Hud^, p.q. 
1102 Fint * Metchams 

Norfolk, Va. 23310 

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ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of the parties 
living separate and apart 
for over one year. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the Sute of Virginia, 
the but known post Office 
address bdng 327 William 
Street, Cumberland, 
Maryland 21502, it is 
ordered that Mary 
Margaret Smith Black do 
•Vpux on or before the 
5th of April. 1979. and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Linda Noel HiU 

DqMityOerk 

W. Shej^erd I^ewry. 

Jr. p.q. 
3007 Padfic Ave. 
Va. Beach. Va. 

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In tte Oerk*! MHot trf 
the GKirii Ctwrt of tlw 
City of Virgiiria Bneiw on 
the IMi day of Fd>rMry, 
1979. 



In the Clerk's Offlce of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, oii 
the 14th day of February. 
1979. 

Scott Soroky. Plaintiff, 
against Donna Carol 
Spradling Soroky. 
Defendant. 

OROEROF 
PUBLICATION 

The t^je^ of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vfamilo matriiMMii from 
the ^1 defewiant. upon 
tte gnMmcb of me ma 
separation pursuant to 



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VIRGINIA BKACH SUNn WKDNKSOAY. FKBRUARY 21, 1»79 7 



Putiite NotlcM confd 



Section 20-91(9) of the 
Code bf Virginia. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
.defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being c/o Girard's 
rirscotheque, 10001 
Cathedral St., Baltimore, 
Maryland 21201. it is 
ordered that Donna Qtrol 
Spradling Soroky do 
appear on or before the 
6th of April, 1979, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Jbhansen, D.C. 

- r 

Louis B. Fine, p.q. 
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In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 1 4th day of February, 
1979. 

William John Carroll, 
Plaintiff, against Ann 
Theresa Michaels Carroll, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Be*ch, on 
the 14th day of February, 
1979. 

Harry J. Carroll, 
Plaintiff, against Ramona 
Lee Marks Carroll, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 

to obtain a divorce a 

vinculo matrimonii from 

the said defendant, upon 

the grounds of one year 

continuous separation. 

And an affidavit having 

been made and filed that 

the defendant is rtot a 

resident of the State of 

Virginia, the last known 

post office address being 

9716 Forst Lane, Apt. 

2060, Dallas. Texas 75243, 

it is ordered that Ramona 

Lee Marks Carroll do 

appear on or before the 

6th of April, 1979. and do 

what may be necessary to 

protect her interest in this 

suit. 



appear on or before the 
6th of April, 1979, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen 

Deputy Clerk 

Stuart R. Gordon 
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Virginia: In the Circuit 
Court of tlie City of 
Virginia Beach 

In the matter of the 
Adoption of Peter 
Norwood, Paul Norwood, 
and Elizabeth Norwood. 
(Birth Certificate 
Registration Numbers 
203233, 203234, and 
20323S. 'Registered in the 
State of Pennsylvania.) 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



/ Ptan^iHrector 
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Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, D.C. 

James A. Gorry, III p.q. 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain ~ir3ivbrce~F 



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rcnio matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion 
and/or one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
if the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address, beiflg ^l NorHk^itiy, 
Greenbay Road. Ailtbnaiaa 
#1501, Waukegan, 
Illinois, it is ordered that 
Ann Theresa Michaels 
Carroll do appear on or 
before the 6th of April, 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 13th day of February. 
1979. 



The object of this 
petition, before the Court 
is to adopt three infanu, 
Fetter Norwood, Paul 
Norwood, and Elizabeth 
Norwood. 

It appearing from an 
affidavit that your 
petitioner, Karen E. 
Norwood, has used due 
diligence to ascortain what 
County or City the 

'Tftturil Tather of said 
infants is located without 

effect,— ^ last known 
addnSs^being c/o Olin 
Sennerett, Fort Walton 



ORDER 

Virginia: In th« Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Viifinia Beach, on the lit 
day of February, 1979. 

In re: Adoption of 
IHydyn Rioja Hm. and 
infant and Alberto 
Libusada Rioja. an infant 
and the change of their 
names to Davelyn Rioja 
Lines and Alberto Rioja 
Lines 

By: John Charles Linei. 
Jr. It Rizalina Livozada 
Lines. Petitiomri 

To: David Hart and Terry 
D. Sampler 

This day came John 
Charles Lines, Ir. and 
Rizalina Livozada Lines. 
Petitioners. and 
represented that the object 
of this pFoceedinf is to 



Viriinia: In the Clerk's 
Qfflcf of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virf ihia Beach, on the 5th 
day of February. 1979. 

In re: Adoption of 
Oeorpina Rctice Tolson 

By: Ronald Van Hoose 
and Patricia Marie Van 
Hooae. Petitioners 

In Chancery fC.79-|87 

To: Ronirie StevrTolson 
296 Sen^ Road 
Fi^rbiirn, Georgia 
30213 

ORDER 

This day came Ronald 
Van Hoose and Patricia 
Mtrle Van Hoose. 
Petitioners, and 
represented that the 
objecet of this proceeding 
if to effect the adoption of 
the above named infant, 
Oeorgina Renee Tolson, 
by Ronald Van Hoose and 
Patricia Marie Van 
Hoose, husband and wife. 



efftfX the adoption of the *'*<' *ffid«vit having been 

above named infant(s)^ "»•<'* «»»«• filed that 

Davelyn Rioja Hart, and 

Alberto Libusada Rioja, 

by John Charles Lines, Jr. 

and Rizalina Livozada 

Lines, husband and wife. 

and affidavit having been 

made and filed that David 

Hart ft Terry D. Sani^er. 

the natural fathers of said 

children, are non-resfalents 

of the Stat^ of Virginia. 

the last known pwt office 

address b ei ng r Edinburg, -Ccurt w ithi n te n <K^ilayg 
Texas niBd Las Vegas, «'*«■ pnbHcation of this 



Ronnie Steve Tolson, a 
natural parent of said 
childiren), is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
296 Senoia Road. 
Fairburn. Georgia 30213. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the si^d Ronnie Steve 
Tolson appear before this 



Qui Thi Rhoad, Plaintiff, 
against Kenneth Allen 
Rhoad, [)efendant. 

f^ ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain separate 
maintenance, cj^ild 
custody and support from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Vi^inia, the last known 
post office address being: 
unknown, it is ordered 
that Kenneth Allen Rhoad 
do appear on or before the 
29th of March. 1979, and 
do what may be necesisary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 



A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

Robert G. Clements 
3284 Virginia beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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Beach, Florida 32548. it is 
ordered that the defendant 
appear before this Court 
on or before March 23, 
1979 withing ten days 
after due publication of 
this Notice, and do what is 
necnsary to protect his 
interest herein. 

.99PP^F V 3 S fii A^tract-Testea^ .-.»-. .♦ 
PUBLICATION 

Karen E. Norwood, p.q. 



Benjamin Lee Dickson. 
Plaintiff, against Diane 
Kay Dickson, Defendant. 



A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy a: Johansen, D.C. 

Stuart R. Hays 

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Virginia: In the Juvenile 
and Domestic Relations 
District Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach 

Celesta M. Subda 
Higgins. formerly Celesta 
M. Subda, Complainant 



V. 

John (N) 
Defendant 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant Is not a resident 
of the State ofe Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being 49 N. 
Virginia Lane, 

Westerville, Ohio 43(WI. 
it is ordered that Diane 
Kay IMckson do appear on 
or beforethe^h of April. 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary to protect htr 
interest in this suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Oerk 

Joy A. Johansen, D.C. 

Bernard G. torow, p.q. 



Subda, 2/21,2/28,3/7.3/14 



Docket No. D-2932 . 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this 
proceeding is that 
complainant asks for 
judgment against the 
defendant in the amount 
of $2,700.00 plus interest, 
attorney's fees and ojsts 
which complainant alleges 
is owed for spousal 
and/or child support 
pursuant to decree of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
°C\ Virginia Beach, 
Virginia dated August 1 1 , 
1975. The defendant is 
required to appear and 
protect his/her interests 
on or before April 5. 1979 
at 9:00 A.M. __ 

A True Copy 
EHzatoh E. Henlei 
aerk 
Alice L. Smith. D.C. 

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In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 12th day of February. 
1979. 



Ronald C. 
Plaintiff, 
Georgette 
Defendant. 



Johnson, 

against 

Johnson, 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defeiKlant. upon 
the grounds of having 
lived sqMrate and aiMrt 
for a period in «^»s of 
one year. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a r^ident 
of the State of Vii^nta, 
the last known pom offla 
acMress being 7W7 B^h 
Blvd., Jacksonville, 
Flortda, it is witerad that 
Georgette Johnson do 



A Copy Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen 

Deputy aerk 

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NOTICE OF 
PUBLIC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach 
Planning Commission wiU 
hold a seria of public 
meetings concerning die 
jvoposed Comprdiensive 
Plan, with each public 
. meeting directed to a 
certain group of study 
areas, as follows: 

Wednesday, February 
14, 1979, 7:30 P.M. - for 
Bayside and Bayfront 
Study areas. 

Wednesday, February 
21. 1979, 7:30 P.M. ■ for 
LitUe Neck. Great Neck 
and Oceanfront Study 
areas. 

WMlnesday, February 
28, 1979. 7:30 P.M. - for 
Kospsville and Holland 
^dy areas. 

Thursday. March 8. 
1979, 7:30 P.M. - for 
Q>urthouse - SandMdge 
and Pungo-Blackwater 
Study areas. 



Nevada, respectively 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said David Hart 
and Terry D. Sampter 
appear before this Court 
within ten (IC^ days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his/her 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 

Winston G. Snider, p.q. 
5209 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 



Order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 

A copy tests: 
,^_..-. ,.^ John V. Fentress 
Clerk 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC 
HEARING 

Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the 
Council of Virginia Beach 
will b e h e ld in the Coimcil 

CJtambers o f -the 

Administration Buildiqg, 



acquired an undivided 
fractional share in 
approximately six acres of 
real property located in 
the Little Neck Area of the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia; that Robert Lee 
Smith, Jr. was born in the 
City of Norfolk, Virginia 
and resided in the County 
of Princess Anne, Virginia 
for all, or most of, his life 
and that most of the 
surviving members of his 
immediate family live in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia; that 
Robert Lee Smith, Jr. was 
last seen by any member 
of his immediate family in 
September or October of 
1960 and has not been 
seen or heard from since 
September or October of 
I960; that more than 
seven years have now 
elapsed since Robert Lee 
Smith, Jr. was last seen; 
or heard from, by 
members of his family, 
thereby raising the 
presumption that Robert 
Lee Smith, Jr. and his 
wife and children, if any, 
are deceased; that Alfred 
E. Smith and other 
members of the immediate 
family of Robert Lee 
Smith, Jr. have used due 
diligence to' locate Robert 
Lee Smith, Jr. and have 
been unable lo do so; that 
the only heir at law of 
Robert Lee Smith, Jr., if 
deceased, would be his 
mother, Virginia Williams 
Smith, who is a resident o1"' 
the City of Virginia 



Beach, Virginia; thai 



the Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper published in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia in"» 
accordance with said"'' 
Order on December 27, > 
1978 and January 3, ",; 
January 10 and January P! 
17, 1979; that the' said 
Robert Lee Smith, Jr. did 
not respond to the 
published notice 

aforesaid; and that this lA 
Court is satisfied that the i' 
legal presumption of '^^■ 
death is made out herein • 
and is satisfied that the 
said Robert Lee Smith, Jr. '-• 
is dead. ;;. 

It is therefore ordered "i' 
that this Order be -i' 
published in the Virginia "" 
Beach Sun once a week for "-*' 
two successive weeks; and,- ^'^'' 
further, that it be ''^■^ 
published in the Miami -• 
Herald, a newspaper of i'-' 
general circulation in the "'! 
City of Miami, Florida, :"' 
once a week for two ^'^'- 
successive weeks. 

Itis further ordered that --"^ 
the said Robert Lee Smith, :';:; 
Jr., if alive, or any person ■'•' 
for him, produce to the '^■^ 
Court within twelve weeks '' 
from the date of the last ' ■' 
publication of this order, 
satisfactory evidence of 
the continuance in life of 
the said Robert Lee Smith, 
Jr. 

It is further ordered that 
Virginia Williams Smith 
be made a party defendant ' ' 
to this proceeding and that ' '- ' 
The 'sfyfe of this suit be --^ 
amended to "Alfr^H p 



I 



interest in this matter. 



A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By:JoyA. Johansm. 
Deputy Clerk 

Stuart H. Held, p.q. 
245 First Colonial Road 
Virginia Beach. Va. 23454 

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In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 5th day of February, 
1979. 



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In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 6th day of February, 
1979. 

Carl Vance Bell, Plaintiff, 
against Mary Ann Bell. 
Defendant, 

ORDER or 
PUBLICATION 



City Hall. Princess Anne 
Station. Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, on Monday, 
March 5, 1979, at 1:00 
P.M., at which time the 
following items will be 
heard: 

1. A change in the Master 
Street and Highway 

" ^pmn% dm^ the 

following roads: 

(a) Old Donation 
Parkway from Great Neck 
Road to Independence 
Boulevard. 

(b) South Boulevard 
from Rosemont Road to 
Palace Green Boulevard. 

More detailed information 
is available in the 
Department of Planning. 

Ruth H. Smith 
City Clerk 



Robert Lee Smith, Jr. left 
no known last will and 
testament and that the 
only known asset of 
Robert Lee Smith, Jr. is 
the aforesaid undivided 
interest in real estate and 
that there is no necessity 
for grant of letters of 
administration; and that 
on the 19th day of 
■December,^ 1978, this 
Court did enter aH Order 
in accordance with Section 
64.I-I05 et seq. of the 
Code of Virginia, 1950, as 
amended; and that, 
pursuant to said Order, 
notice was published in 



_Smith^ PlaintifX y . Robert__i. 
Lee Smith, Jr. and 
Virginia Williams Smith, 
Defendants." 

Entered this 7th day of •: 
February, 1979. 

A Copy Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk - 



By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Task for this: 
Thomas M. Ammons, III 
968 South Oriole Drive 
Suite 203 
VirginiaBeach,Va. 23451 

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Jerry Lee Buckmaster, 
Plaintiff, against Carolyn 
T. Buckmaster. 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



All meetings will be hdd 
in the City Council 
Ouunbov. The mmings 
are for informatioMi 
purposes and to gain 
puMic comment. No^ 
fonsal action by the 
PiMntag Comminitm is 
anticipated at these 
meetings. Maps and 
doraoMits i^atMl to the 
Omip^mriw Pbm are 
on d^Mor « theFteaoii 
D^yli^t offloe. nv 
further information, 
contact the Pfawniog 
D^Mrtnwit M ^7-^21 . 

Robert J. SoKt 



The object of this suit is, 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of havinf 
lived separate and apart 
without cohabitation ami 
without interruption since 
November 10, 1977. a 
period of time in oicess of 
one year. And an affidavit 
having beoi ma^ and 
filed that the defendant b 
not a redfteit of the state 
of Virginia, the last 
known ptm otnce address 
being 120 North Lake St.. 
Grays Lake. IWnote 60030 
it is ordei^ that Carolyn 
T. Buckmaster do appear 
on or befwe the MHh of 
March. 1979, and do what 
may be neceuary to 
protea h^ iAt«rest in thii 
suit. 

AG^py-Teste: 

John V. F«itf«4i 

aerk 

Joy A. Johain«i, D.C. 

Janet B. Burt, p.q. 
2/ 14,2/21, 2/U4/7 



The object of this suit Is 
to obtain a divorce a 
menn et thoro to be later 
mth'ged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion 
and adultery pursuant to 
Section 20>95 and Section 
20-91 of the Code of 
Virginia. 1950, as 
amended. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and fited that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia the 
test known post office 
address being 3768 
Summer PiKe, Vir^ma 
Beksh, Va. it is ordered 
that Mary Ann Bell do 
am>Mr on or befmv the 
30th of March. 1979. and 
do wrtnt nwy be naccsMry 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

Ac(^-Teste: 

John V. Fmtress 

C^k 

JoyA.Jdmnsen.D.C. 

WilliafflR.Wahab 

2/14,2/21.2/28.3/7 



In tN Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
C^ofVhitiitaBnch,en 
tlw Hh day of February, 
If7», 



ORDER 

Virginia: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 7th 
day of February, 1979. 

Alfred E. Smith, 

Plaintiff, 

vs. 

Robert Lee Smith. Jr. and 

Virginia Williams Smith, 

Defendants. 

In Chancwy No. 78-2240A 

This Cause came on to 
be heard upon the petition 
of Alfred E. Smith 
praying that Robert Lee 
Smith. Jr. be declared 
l^ly dead pursuant to 
Title 64.1-105 et seq. of 
the Code of Virginia. 
1950, as amended, and 
was argued by counsel; 
and 

It appearing to the 
Court that Alfred E. 
Smith is a resident of the 
City of Vir^nia Beach, 
Viqiinia and is a brother 
of Robert Lee Smith, Jr. 
who resided in the County 
of Princess Anne, 
Vi^ginte, now the City of 
Vi^ia Beach. Virginia; 
that Robert Lee Smith. Jr. 
was an heir at law of 
Ri^rt Lm ^ith, Sr.. his 
fatto-, who died int^tate 
in 1934; that as an heir at 
tew of Robert Lee Smith, 
St., fU^trt Lm Smith, Jr. 



In the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 6th day of February, 1979. 

City of Virginia Beach, Plaintiff, against Duella Graves 
and Carrie Cobb, address unknown and if any of them 
be dead, their surviving spouses, if any, heirs at law, 
devisees and assigns, whose names are unknown and 
lien creditors of any of said parties, if any there be, and 
all other persons, having an interest in these 
proceedings, whose names are unknown, all of which 
parties being hereby proceeded against as "Parties 
Unknown." Defendant 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is to acquire by condemnation 
the fee simple title to a certain parcel of land situated in 
the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, for the 
construction and maintenance of that certain public 
street or highway known as "19th Street" which 
property is shown more particularly in the petition and 
exhibits attached thereto on file in the office of the 
Clerk of this Court. And an affidavit having been made 
and filed that^the defendant Carrie Cobb, address is 
unknown and the names of addresses of her lien 
creditors, if any there be, are unknown after due 
diligence having been used by or on behalf of the 
petitioner to ascertain in what country or corporation 
they or any of them may be, without success, it is 
ordered that the defendants do appear within ten (10) 
days after due publication, and do what may be 
necessary to protect their interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Karen A.Kephart, D.C. 

Jay A. Richardson 
Assistant City Attorney 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, VA 23456 

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Virginia: In the Circuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach 

City of Virginia Beach, 

a Municipal Corporation, Petitionw, 

v. 

Duella Graves 

447 N. Oceana Boulevard 



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Virginia Beach Public Notices cont'd 

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Virginia Beach. VA 23453 

and 

Carrie Cobb 

address unknown, and if any of them be dead, their 
surviving spouses, if any, heirs at law, devisees and 
assigns, whose names are unknown, and lien creditors 
of afny of said parties, if any there be, and all other 
persons, having an interest in these proceedings, whose 
names are unknown, all of which parties being hereby 
proceeded against as "Parties Unknown." 

Pefendants. 

PETITION 

To the Honorable Judges of the Court aforesaid: 

1. Your Petitioner, City of Virginia Beach, a 
municipal corporation, respectfully represents that it is 

a political subdivision of the Commonwealtlv-o(/ 
Virginia which has been authorized by law to condemn 
lands for the purpose of construction, widening, 
improving and maintaining public streets and highways 
within its jurisdiction. 

2. The property intended to 'be taken in this 
proceeding is shown on a plat filed herewith marked 
••Exhibit A," and outlined in red thereon and described 
as follows: 

The land or interest therein, hereinafter 
described lies in the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and is shown as Lots 1 and 2, Block 
10 on that certain plat entitled "Virginia 
Beach Annex No. 2, Norfolk. Virginia," 
dated July 1905, which plat is recorded in the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, in Map Book 3. at Page 
24. - , 



3. The interest or estate intended to be taken and 
^x)mpensated for in this proceeding Is the fee simple title 
to the propert y her einabove^putsuantto^ection 154-^ 
236 et seq.. Title 33.1 Chapter 1, Article 7 and Title 25 
Chapter 1.1 of the Code of Virginia, 1950, as amended 
and such other general laws are applicable for the 
purpose of condemning the hereinabove described 
property. 

4. The property to be acquired by this proceeding is 
necessary for the construction, reconstruction, 
alternation, maintenance and repair of a portion or 
portions of a public highway, known as "19th Street," 
and is part of the road system in the City of Virginia 

^ach. Virginia. 

5. Your petitioner has made a bonafide, but 
ineffectual effort to acquire the property by purchase, 
but has been unable to do so b«:ause the names and 
addresses of certain parties who may have an interest in 
the property are unknown and it is believed the known 
parties cannot convey marketable title to the property to 
be condemned. 

6. The names of the known owners whose property is 
to be taken or affected are: Duella Graves, Carrie Cobb, 
their heirs at law, devisees and assigns. 

Wherefore, your petitioner prays for appointment of 
commissioners as provided by law to ascertain what will 
constitute just compensation for the land or other 
property to be .condemned for the uses of the City of 
Virginia Beach herein, and to award damages, if any, 
resulting to the jidjacent or other property of the owners 
beyond any enhancement in value to such property 
which may accrue by reason of the acquisition and use 
of the property condemned. 



condemn for PROJECl known as ISINETEENTH 
STREET, as shown on the plat attached to the Petition 
filed in the above styled cause, and to award damages, if 
any, resulting to the adjacent or remaining property of 
the owner(s), beyond the enhancement in value to such 
property which may accrue by reason of the taking and 
construction of the work mentioned. The ownership, 
location and description of the property which is 
proposed to be condemned, the nature of the 
construction and the location of the project will fully 
appear in th6 Petition and exhibits filed with the same. 
A copy of the Petition is annexed hereto. 

If you fail to appear and submit a list of prospective 
commissioners at the date and time hereinabove 
specified, the undersigned will move the Court to 
submit a panel of prospective commissioners oh your 
behalf, and from the lists submitted to select a panel of 
nine (9) freeholders to be summoned for the trial of the 
issue of just compensation. 

You are further notified that Grounds of Defense 
shall be filed, in writing, within twenty-one (21) days 
from the date this Notice is duly served, and it shall 
include the value of the property to be taken and an 
appraisal of any and all damages which may result to 
the residue by reason of the taking. 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 

By: Jay A. Richardson 

, ' Counsel 



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CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 

By: Jay A. Richardson 
Of Counsel 

Subscribed and Sworn to before me Kathleen B. 
Crier a Notary Public in and for the City of Virginia 
Beach, State of Virginia, this 5th day of February, 1979. 
My Commission expires: April 13, I98I. 

Kathleen B. Grier 
Notary Public 



Virginia: In the Circuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach 

City of Virginia Beach , 

a Municipal Corporation, Petitioner 

V. 

Duella Graves 

447 N. Oceana Boulevard 

Virginia Beach, VA 23453 

and. 

Carrie Cobb, 

address unknown, and if any of them be dead, their 

surviving spouses, if any, heirs at law, devisees and 

assigns, whose names are unknown, and lien creditors 

of any of said parties, if any therebe, and all other 

persons, having an interest in these proceedings, whose 

names are unknown all of which parties being hereby 

proceeded against as "Parties Unknown." 

NOTICE 

To: Duella Graves 

447 N. Oceana Boulevard 
Virginia Beach, VA 23453 

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, a municipal corporation, will, 
on the 1st day of March, 1979. at 9:30 o'clock A.M., or 
as soon thereafter as counsel may be heard, apply to the 
Judge of the Circuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, at the Courthouse thereof, for the 
appointment of commissioners to ascertain what will be 
the just compensation for certain Itnds or interests 
therein which the City of Virginia Beach proposes to 



Jay A. Richardson 
Deputy City Attorney 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, VA 23456 



Virginia: In the Circuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach 

City of Virginia Beach, 

a Municipal Corporation, Petitioner, 



Duella Graves 

447 1^. Oceana Boulevard 

Virginia Beach. VA 23453 

and 

of fuiy of said parties, if any there be, and all other 
persons; havingtin interest in these proceedings, whose 
names are unknown, all of which parties beiiig hereby 
proceeded against as "Parties Unknown." Defendants. 

AFFIDAVIT FOR ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

State of Virginia 

City of Virginia Beach, to wit: 

This day personally appeared before me Kathleen B. 
Grier. a Notary Public in and for the City of Virginia 
Beach, in the State of Virginia. In the City and State 
aforesaid. Jay A. Richardson, Agent and Attorney for 
the City of Virginia Beach, who first being duly sworn 
made oath and said: 

That in the above styled cause pending in the Circuit 
Court of the City of Virginia Beach, the address of 
Carrie Cobb is unknown and the names and addresses 
of her lien creditors, if any there be. are unknown after 
due diligence having been used by or tn behalf of the 
petitioner to ascertain in what country or corporation 
they or any of them may be. without success, and the 
names of any other persons except Duella Graves, who 
may have any interest in the property to be condemned 
in these proceedings are unknown and are hereby 
proceeded against as "Parties Unknown." 
,1 

Jay A. Richardson 

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO before me. 
Kathleen B. Grier, a Notary Public in and for the City 
of Virginia Beach, State of Virginia, this 5th day of 
February, 1979. 



My Commission expires: April 13, 1981 



Duella Graves 
447 N. Oceana Boulevard 
^VirginirB«icHrVS:23453' 



and 



KathlwnB, Grier 

Notary Public 




Carrie Cobb 

address unknown, and if any of them be dead, their 
surviving spouses, if any, heirs at law, devisees and 
assigns, whose names are unknown, and lien creditors 
of any of said parties, if any there be, and all other 
persons, whose names are unknown, all of which parties 
being hereby proceeded against as •'Parties Unknown." 
Defendants'—'"^^ - 

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public: NOTICE 

State Water Control Board 
Tidewater Regional Of fi(9 
287 Pembroke Office Park 
Suite 3 10 Pembroke No. 2 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462 
Telephone: 804/499-8742 



Application for National 
^^timinttion Systei 
'Staii Waters and 



Pollutant 



In this proceeding the petitioner seeks to acquire by 
condemnation the fee simple title to a certain parcel of 
land situated in the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, for 
the construction and maintenance of that certain public 
street or highway known as ••19th Street," which 
property is shown and described more particularly in the 
petition and exhibits attached thereto on file in the 
office of the Clerk of this Court, to which reference is 
hereby made for a full and accurate description thereof; 
and for the appointment of commissioners to ascertain 
just compensation to the owners of any estate or interest 
in the property to be taken or affected as a result of the 
taking and use thereof by the petitioner. 

For such purposes the petitioner will apply to the 
Court on the 1st day of March, 1979, at the courthouse 
= thereof. Municipal Center, Virginia Beach, VA, at 9:30 
o'clock A.M., or as soon thereafter as counsel may be 
heard, for the appointment of commissioners to 
ascertain just compensation as aforesaid. 

And it appearing by affidavit filed according to law 
that the following owners are not residents of the State 
of Virginia, or their names and addresses are not known 
and that diligence has been used by and on behalf of 
the petitioner to ascertain such names and addresses 
without effect: Carrie Cobb and her lien creditors, if 
any, and heirs at law, if any; it is ORDERED that the 
aforesaid owners do appear within ten (10) days after 
due publication of this order in the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
and to do what is necessary to protect their interests; 
and it is FURTHER ORDERED that if any of the above 
named owners desire to assert any objection or defense 
to the taking or damaging of his property or to the 
jurisdiction of the Court to hear the case and to proceed 
with the appointment of commissioners he shall file his 
answer and grounds of defense designating the property 
in which he claims to be interested, the grounds of any 
objection or defense to the taking or damaging of his 
property or to the jurisdiction of the Court to hear the 
case and to proceed with the appointment of 
commissioners for the determination of just 
compensation. 

Should any such owner fail to file his answer and 
grounds of defense as hereinabove provided, such 
failure shall not preclude the owner from appearing on 
the date set for the appointment of commissioners nor 
from presenting evidence as to valuation and damage 
nor from sharing in the award of just compensation 
according to his interest therein or otherwise protecting 
his rights, but such failure shall preclude such owner 
from any other defense by way of pleas in bar, 
abatement or otherwise. 

And it is FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this 
ORDER shall be published once a week for two 
consecutive weeks in the Virginia Beach Sun, and a copy 
hereof shall be posted on the bulletin board of this 
Court. 



Virginia: In the Circuit Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach 

City of Virginia Beach, 

a Municipal Corporation, Petitioner, 



Discharge 
_ to 
rpplIcatioiT for'5ta?e'Certificate 
under Section 62.1-44.2 et seq. of the Code of Virginia 
(1950), as amended. 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach, Board of Zoning Appeals vlll 
conduct a Public Hearing on Wednesday. March 7. 
1979, at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 
Administration Building, Municipal Center, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. The following applications will appear 
on the agenda. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. William H. Perry, Trustee, requests a variance of 
2.26 acres of land to .74 acres instead of 3 acres of land 
as required for a church on Lots 11, 12, 13, 14 & 15, 
North Duke Town, Oceana Gardens, 448 Rudder Roa(}. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

2. Michael J. and Barbara L. Stock requests a variance 
to aAlovf parking of major recreational equipment in 
front of a building instead of behind the nearest portion 
of a building adjacent to a public street on Lot 539, 
Section 2. Brigadoon, 5305 Doon Street. Kempsvjlle 
Borough. 

3. Earleen Corn requests a variance to allow parking of 
major recreational equipment in front of a building 
instead of behind the nearest portion of a buildifig 
adjacent to a public street on Lot 527, Section 2, Part 2, 
Brigadoon, 5313 MacChonanchy Street. Kempsvjjle 
Borough. 

4. William Edward and Jo Ellen Tatem request a 
variance of 7 feet to a 13 foot side yard adjacent to a 
street (Applewood Lane) instead of 20 feet as required 
and of 5 feet to a 5 foot rear yard setback instead of 10 
feet as required (accessory building) on Lot 67, 
Pinewood Gardens, 2901 Pinewood Drive. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

5. Luke Constantinides by Jack B. Haworth requests a 
variance of 10 feet to a "0" setback from tOth Street 
instead of 10 feet as required and of 63 parking spaces 
to "0" parking spaces instead of 63 parking spaces as 
required (retail shops and restaurant) Lots 12 and 14, 
Block 10, Virginia Beach Development Co., Southwest 
Corner of Atlantic Avenue and 10th Street. Virginia 

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Public Notice Number: VA-TRO-M-0137 

Public Notice Issue Date: 

The following discharger has applied for an NPDES 
Permit and State Certificate to discharge treated 
wastewaters into the waters of the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. 

Hope Haven - Union Mission 
3000 North Landing Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23456 

Permit No. VA0064289 

Flow: .012 MOD 

Receiving Stream: Unnamed tributary to the North 
Landing River; Chowan and Dismal Swamp Basing 
Albemarle Sound Subbasin; Section 1 ; Class II B 

Discharge: Existing Doniestic 

The permittee treats sewage conveyed to the treatment 

facilities. 

On the basis of preliminary review and application of 
lawful sundards and regulations, the State Wilter 
Control Board proposes to issue a permit subject to 
certain effluent limitations and special conditions. 
These proposed determinations are tentative. 

Procedures for the Formulation 
of Final Determinations 

Persons may comment in writing to the Board on the 
proposed permit within 30 days from the date of this 
notice. Comments shall include the name, address, and 
telephone number of the writ», and shall contain a 
complete, concise statement of the factual basis for the 
comments. Only thope commenu received within thu 
period will be considered by the Board. The Board may, 
upon request or upon its own motion, decide to hold a 
public hairing if it determines that public response is 

significant.' " 

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All pertinent information is on file and may be 
inspected, and arrangemenu made for copying, at the 
State Water Control Board, Tidewater Regiohal Offi«, 
287 Pembroke Of^ P«rk, Suite 310 Pembroke No. 2, 
Virginia ieach,' Virginia 23462, 804/499-8742. 

Following the comment period, the Bwird will make its 
determii^kms regiifding the proposed permit. These 
determiiwiions will become effective, unless the Bovd 
grants a public hearing. Due notice of any public 
hearing will be given. 

SUN 2/14. 2/21 



6. Oceana Church of Christby Bill F. Weeks requests a 
variance of 5 feet to a 20 foot side yard adjacent to a 
street (Garcia Drive) instead of 25 feet as required on 
Lots C, D, E, M & L, Oceana, 1640 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. Lynnhaven Borough. 

7. G.B. Bobb requests a variance to allow parking of a 
major recreational equipment in front of a buildii^g 
instead pf behind the nearest portion of a builditig ^ 
adjsKxnt to a public street on Site Bof Lot 1, Block A, 
Section 5, Brandon, 1814 Rich Court. Kempsville 
Boriugh. 

8. Banner Construction Corporation by Jesse W. 
Cobb, Vice President, requests a variance of 4 feet to a 
26 foot front yard setback instead of 30 feet as required 
of Lot 64, Block C, Section 9, Lake Placid, Hamill 
Court . Princess Anne Borough . 

9. D.G. and S.P. Baggett requests a variance of 10 feet 
to a 20 foot front yard setback instead of 30 feet as 
required on Lot 8 and 9, Block A, Chubb Lake Terrace, 
Chubb Lake Avenue. Bayside Borough. 

10. Jack D. Hixon requests a variance of 14 feet to a 
36 foot front yard setback instead of 50 feet as required 
and of 10 feet to a 10 foot side yard setback (east side) 
instead of 20 feet as required on a Parcel, 1.4 acre tract, 
W.S. Jarvis Plat, Lynnhaven Acres, Petty Road. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

11. Alfred L. Blake, Jr. requests a variance of 30 feet 
to a "0" setback instead of 30 feet as required of any 
yard adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean and of 2 feet to a 6 
foot side yard setback (north side) instead of 8 feet as 
required (trellis over existing 2nd floor porch) on Lot 5, 
Block 2, New Virginia Beach Corporation, 6102 
Oceanfront. Lynnhaven Borough. 

12. DonaUjl R< Bunyan requests a variance to allow 
parking of migor recreational equipment in front of a 
building instead of behind the nearest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 21, Block 4, 
Section 2, Windsor Woods, 3748 S. Plaza Trail. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

13. Walter E. Doyle requests a vari^ce of 20 feet to a 
30 foot setback frorn Inlynnview Rpid instead of 50 feet 
as required (swimraing pool) on Lot 15, Southern Points 
North, 2309 Southern Point Court. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

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14. Howard A. Ossen requ^ts.a variance of 35 feet to a 
"0" setback from Old Providence Road instead of 35 
feet as required on Site D, (Ferry Plantation Road) 
Knob Hill Area, 6121 Indian River Road. Kempsville 
Borough. 

15. Loren E. Duval requests a variance of .4 feet to a 
9.6 foot side yard setback instead of 10 feet as required 
(addition • northeast property line) on Lot 27, Section 1, 
Eastern Park, S05 Baldwin Street. Lynnhaven Borough. 

16. John B. l!4dson requests a variance of 5 feet to a 45 
, foot front yard setback instead of 50 feet as required on 

Lot 5, ^tion 1, Wishart Cove, 1117 Baileywick Drive. 
Bayside Borough. 

17. William K. Wright requests a variance of 8 feet to a 
"0" sick yard setback instewi of 8 feet as r«iuired 
(north^sicte) and of 30 feet to a "0" setback instead of 30 
feet as required of a yard adja«nt to the Atlantic Ocean 
(deck) on Lots 5 and 6, Block 21. Section E, Cape 
Henry Syndicate, 6302 Oceanfront. Lynahaveq 
Borough. 

18. StevCTs M. Jones requests a variance of 1 1 percent 
of lot coverage to 36 percent lot coverage instead of 25 



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VJHGINIA BgACH SllNH WKDNKSDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1979 9 



Virginia Btach Public Notictt ecwU'd 



percent lot coverage as required when half (Vi) of the 
gross leasable floor area is above 25 f«ct in hdiht on 
Lotft^, 2. and 3. Square 23. Norfolk an4 Virfinia leiBli 
Railroad Co., Atlantic Avenue and 24th Street. VIrgfnia 
Beach Borough. 

19. Louis Krbee HI and William Berkley request a 
variance of 72 parking spaces to "0" perkiiqi MMces 
instead of 72 parking spaces as required lor a daaee u4 
recreational hall on Lots 12 and 14, Block 4. 1914 
Atlantic Avenue. Virginia Beach Boroi^. 

20. Christopher G. Pappas requests a varimce of 2 feet 
in fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fmce 
as allowed in a required setback frwn a street (Indian 
Lakes Boulevard) on Lot 69, Section 1 , Brigadoon. 5401 
Doon Street. Kempsville Borough. 

All applicants must appear before the Board. 

W.L. Towers 
Secretary 

SUN 2/14, 2/21 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC hIaRING 



B.C. Coons-for a Coadilioaal Use PerMll for mini- 
warehouses on ceruin property located on the West side 
of KemspviUe Road bci^n^ at a point 159.04 feet 
South of Princess Anne Roadi runnii^ a distance of 
84.72 feet along the West side of Kempsville Road, 
running a distance of 991.41 feet along the si^itliern 
property line, running a distiwce of S4.72 feet alon^ the 
Western property line, running a distance of 890 fe^ in 
a Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 90 feet 
in a Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 70 
feet in a Northerly direction and running a distance of 
80 feet in a Northeasterly direction. Said parcel contains 
1 .608 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

AMENDMENT: 

7. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach toamend.and reordain Article 1, Section 
106(d) of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to appeals and variances. More detailed 
information is available in the Department of Planning. 

Plats with more detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. 

Ruth H.Smith 
CityClerk 

2/21.2/28 



Virginia Beach Friends of IMusIc 
sponeor celiitt in local recital 



Viifinia Beach Friepds of Music will present the 
youni cWist, Yo*Yo Ma, in recital on Friday, March 2 
at 8:50 p.m.. at the Virginia Beach Recreation Center, 
800 Monmouth Lane, Virginia Beach. The widely 
recogniased mu^ian has been acclaimed by Isaac Stern 
as "one of the i^ime talents of our time." 

A recent graduate of Harvard University and 
recipient of the Avery Fisher Prize for 1978, Yo-Yo Ma 
has performed with major American orchestras. On an 



international level, he has recorded with the Royal 
Philharmonic Orchestra of London, and has toured 
Europe and the Far East both in recital and as orchestral 
soloist. 

Tickets arc S5 and may be obtained by sending checks 
tc Virginia Beach Friends of Music, P.O. Box 963; 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23451, or by calling 428-4901. 
All seats are reserved and no tickets will be available at 
the box office the evening of the recital. 



RmmmMI Clastic benefits scholarship fund 



Who would want to play basketball continuously 
from 7 p.m., March 9 umil 9 p.m.. March II? "Wild 
and crazy" people, of course. Believe it or not 128 
teams from throughout Tidewater and North Carolina 
will be competing in this unique recreational event at the 
Virginia Beach Recreation Center. 

Teams can be either male, female, or co-ed. challenge 
games are welcome. Team members are required to be 



at least 13 years of age. An adult team champion will be 
determined in the flnal game on Sunday, March 1 1 . 

Registration for an adult team (18 years and up) is $15 
and $10 for a youth team (13-18 years). All proceeds 
from the Roundball Classic will go to the James K. Cole 
Memorial Scholarship Fund. For further information 
contact Debbie Campbell or David VanCovern at 467- 
4884. 



Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the Council of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Council Chambers of the 
Administration Building, City Hall. Princess Anne 
Station, Virginia Beach, Virginia on Monday March 12, 
1979, at 1:00 p.m., at which time the following 
applications will be heard: 

SUBDIVISION VARIANCE: 

PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 

1. " 

Subdivision Variaacc: Appeal from Decisions of 
Administrative Officers in regard to certain dements of 
the Subdivision Ordinance. Subdivision for Phil 
Bonifant. Property located on the North side of Indian 
River Road. 714.86 feet West of West Neck Creek,. Plats 
jyithjnore detailed i n form a t i on a r e availabl e in the 
Department of Planning. 



KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



2. 



Subdivision Variance: Appeal from Decisions of 
Administrative Officers in regard to certain elements of 
the Subdivision Ordinance, Subdivision for Walter W. 
Russell, III. Property located on the East side of 
Woodstock Road, 1604 feet North of Providence Road. 
Platfvvith more detailed informatioii aire available in the 
Departnient of planning. 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSIFICATION: 

PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 

3. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Larry O. and 
Jeanine Wenger for a Ckaage of Zoalag INatrict 
Classification from AG-1 Agricultural District to B-2 
Community-Business District on certain property 
located at the mtersection of Sandbridge Road and 
Lotus Drive, running a distance of 319.04 feet along the 
West side of Lotus Drive, running a distance of 231.49 
feet in a Southwesteriy dhrection, running a distance of 
195.91 feet in a Northwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 437.09 feet along the East side of Sandbridge 
Road and running around a curve a distance of 110.74 
I feet. Said parcel contains 2.2 acres. PRINCESS ANNE 
I BOROUGH. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 

4. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Ralph Hanna and 
B.C. Coons for a Ckanga «' ZoiUa| Dtailrkt 
Classification from R-6 Residoitial District to B-2 
Community-Business District on certain property 
located on the West side of Kempsville Road b^inning 
at a point 200 feet more or less South of Princes Anne 
Road, running a distance of SO feet along the West side 
of Kempsville Road, running a distance of 991.41 feet 
along the Southern property line, running a distance of 
SO feet along the Western property- line, running a 
distance of 680 feet more or less in a Northeasterly 
direction, running a distance of SO feet in a 
Northwesterly direction, running a distant of 70 feet in 
a Northeasteriy direction, running a distance of SO feet 
in a Southerly direction and running a distance of 320 
feet more or, less in a Northeasterly direction. Said 
parcel contains 1.126 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

5. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Ralph Hanna and 

B.C. Coons for a Change of Zeatag INHriet 

Classification from O-l Office District to B>2 
Community-Business District on certain property 
located 280 feet more or kss Wat of Kempsvilte Road 
beginning at a point 440 feet Smith of Princeu Anne 
Road, running a distance of 700 feet more or tess tfong 
the Southern property line, running a distance of 34.72 
feet aling the Western property line, running a distance 
of 700 feet more or less along the Northern property line 
and running a distance of 34.72 feet along the Eastern 
property line. Said parcel contains .412 acre. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



, ft An Ordinance upon Ai^iotion of Ralph Hanna and 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 8th day of February, 
1979. 

Marlene Yvonne Miller, 
Plaintiff, gainst Rick 
William Miller. 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce. A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 



resideitt of the state of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Muldon Place. 

Anchorage. Alaska, It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 2nd of 
April. 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 



Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

J. Curtis Frtiit 

Deputy Cierk 



the said defendant, upon 
the grounds tjfseparation 
for more than one year, 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defmdant is not a 



Mr. Frihlt E.Butler, III 
2420 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

2/14.2/21,2/28.3/7 



Mtfidfiie FeaHtftllieeiaiMi 



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The Virginia Beach Neptune Festival Annual 
"Hoedown," featuring country music and 
dancing will take place this Saturday, Feb. 24, 
from 8 p.m. • 12 midnight at the Virginia Beach 
Dome. 

Special entertainment will be provided by the 
Dixie Squares and the nationally famous Flatland 
doggers. Tickets are $S a person. Dress is 
western/casual and refreshments will be available. 
Prizes will be awarded for such categories as "best 
dressed farmer," "worst country dancer," etc. 

This is the first of the Neptune '*Pre>Festival" 
events for 1979. Tickets are available at the 
Virginia Beach Dome and the Neptune Festival 
office at Pembroke Mall Chamber of Commerce. 



Quilting 
guild forms 
at Beach 

(continued from page I) 

art. "I'd guess it takes 
about 100 hours to hiuid- 
quilt an average sized 
blanket," says Mrs. Lucy. 
"Count on at least a 
month if you're doing it 
by yourself. You usually 
end up having several 
projects going at once." 

Other officers of the 
newly-formed Tidewater 
guild are Rosann Fulton, 
secretary; Jean Fehling, 
treasurer; Ann Marvin, 
show committee 

chairman: and Joyce 
Workshop 



Ikim niOi caN. 4a«'t Im a 
ipMdir. yoa ariihi nai over • 



In toad trtli l p coHfcist 

The distributive education students of the six Virginia 
Beach high schools competed in the annual District 
Leadership Contest held recently. Various contests were 
held in the businesses at Pembroke Mall and at Farm 
Fresh Supermarket on Constitution Avenue. 
Approximately #1S0 students from Virginia Beach 
competed in eight major categories on the master 
employee and manager-owned levels. 

First place winners in the apparel and accessories 
category were Elena Brooks, Kellam; Karen Lucko, 
Cox; Robin Basni|;ht, and Connie Wicker, Kempsville. 

Food marketing winners were Randall Jones and 
William Lecznar, Kellam; and John Synder^ Fur^ 
ColbiiiaL ZZllIlI— 



Virginia Beach births 

Mr. and Mrs. James Wayne Temple, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Denny Hunt Jones Jr., son;' 
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Kalocay, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Leon Love, daughter; 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Charles Nelson, son; 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harrison Johnson ll, son. 



liTlobd^ service top honors went to Tracie Matthews 
and Deborah Ward, Keliaih; and Mike Horv8tB7 
Kempsville. 

For general 

mo-chandise the winners 
were Edk Sears, Priaeeis 
Anne; James Lagahi|, 
Kellam; and^ Fletcher 
McRae , and Carter 
McRae, First Cdonial. 

Debbie Cunningham, 
Princess Annr. and Bob 
J^ards Bayside, w«i 
the^petroleum eate|<»y; 
and Tracy Neely, Cox, 
took honors for job 
interview. 

The sales demonstration 
winners were Marcie 
Yaeckel, Kellam; and 
Sharon Pierce, 

Kempsville. 

The distributive 
education di|triet winners 
were student of the year 
Elena Br^ofca, Kellam; 
and Connie Wicker, 
Kempsville. > 

The first place winners 
in aU districu in Virginia 
will compete on the state 
level in Roanolce, March 
16-18. Winners of the 
state contest will compete 
in Houston, Texas, at the 
National Conference in 
the spring. 






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rewarding hobby, Mrs. 
Lucy concludes. "You put 
something of yourself into 
a quilt. And you can work 
on pan of one just about 
anywhere -- while 
«McMng TV or waiting ai 
the dentist's office. It can 
open some interesting 
con^irsations!" 



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THE CITY COUNCIL 

AND TNE HOUSING 

AND COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT CITIZENS 

ADVISORY COMMIHEE, 

FOR THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH INVITE 
' YOU TO ATIElip A . 

PUBUCNEAIIING 
WHEN: 
Monday, Marcli S, 1979 

TIME: 

2:00 P.M. 

WHERE: 

City Cewcil dMunbert 

AdrnkiistratieaBiiildhic, 

2Rd fleer 

MuaiciiMl Center 

Virginia iaach, Virginia 

WHY: 

in Apiil, 1979, tiw City of 
VirglBia Beack, tlmagii 
Its FHtii Prnram Year 
AppHcatien, will apply \wt 
appreximately $2,400, 
MO ef CeMMunity 
DevelapMent Orant 
(CDBG) funds te carry out 
camMunity development 
and hMisinK acthritfes for 
1979J0. TMs appHcatlMi 

DeveiepMent Plan Md a 
Nomlag Assitaaee Plan 
far aMeting Hie Ctty's 
caaMNmity de v ela pw e n t 
and h a w in g needs far Hie 
neat Hiree (3) years. TIm 
CItliens Advisory 
Comaitttae wW present its 
final activity recem- 
HMndatiens te City Ceun- 
cH. Therefore, the City 
Council and tiw Citizens 
Advisory Committee 
would like te hear 
ceMments from iadividnal 
citizens, chnrck groins, 
civic leagues, etc. on the 
feNowi«K topic: 

Hie EifHi Pr^ram Year 
1979-tO) CDBG 

Copies of the 
HocenMvoaaatleiis lor 
tfco FfftA Program 
Vw - C0B6 AffKcaUM 
can be reviewed at Hie 
Office of CoaiBinaity 
Oevelepmeat (CeaHnea* 
vealth Atteraay's 
BnildiafI, Haaieipal 
Centw, V^^aia Boa^, 
Virginia, betareen tlie 
hears ef 9KI0 UL-iM 
Pil.aftarMarcii2,lf79. 



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:€hllcl, Dependent Care Tax Credit Available, IRS Says 



-;., Some, taxpayers can 

.,^ claim chi)d or disabled 

,, dependent care expenses 

on their 1978 tax return, 

the Internal Revenue 

■ ' 'Servicesaid. 

~ ■ The credit is available to 

married couples who file 

jointly, where one spousr 

works full-time and the 

' other works part-time or is 

' a full-time student, or 

where both work part- 

■"^'time. 

The credit also applies 

' to a divorced or separated 

' ' parent who has custody of 

a child under IS, even 

' though the parent may not 

be entitled to a 

dependency exemption for 

'the child. The parent 

'claiming the credit must, 

' however, have custody for 

'a longer period during the 

year thaQthe otjjier parent. 

A deser^fcd^pouse is 

eligible for the credit when 

the deserting spouse is 

" absent for the last six 



months of the taxable 
year. 

The credit is 20 percent 
of eligible expenses. The 
maximum credit that may 
be taken is limiiedto $400 
for one dependent and to 
$800 for two or more 
dependemsr~ " 

To qualify for the child 
and disabled dependent 
care tax credit, a taxpayer 
(1) must be employed or in 
active search of 
employment while paying 
for the child's or disabled 
dependents' care; (2) must 
have incurred the expense 
in order to be gainfully 
employed; (3) must make 
sure payments for care are 
not to dependent relatives; 
and (4) must have 
maintained a household 
that included one or more 



qualifying individuals. 
Qualifying individuals are 
dependent children under 
15 years of age, a disabled 
spouse or a disabled 
dependent of any age. 

Additional information 
is available in the free IRS 



Publication 503, Child 
Care and Disabled 
Dependcm Care, which 
may be ordered by filing 
out the order blank in the 
lax package. 



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Home Imrpovements 
CoHtractors 
Garage Builders 
Room Additions 
Aluminum Siding 
Roofs • Carports 
Kitchen Remodeling 

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Chesapeake, Va. 



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analyze your water and pre- 
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You're sure to get a bite 
if you drop a line In the 
classifiid columns of your 
community newspaper. 
Your classified ad is part 
of the hometown news 
that everybody wants to 
read as well'as the news of 
the community. 



Earned /ncome 
credit alniBd at 
low-lncome 

The earned income 
credit (EIC) will reduce 
taxes or result in 
unanticipated refund 
checks for many working 
parents this year. 



Fom t040A 

You iTiiy use Form 
1040A if all your income 
was from wages, salaries, 
tips, and other employee 
compensation, and not 
more than $400 in 
dividends or $400 in 
interest and you do not 
have itemized deductions 
in excess of your zero 
bracket amount. 



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PLEASEI HAVE YOU A 
YORKSHIRE TERRIOR 

OR similar dog you must 
give away or sell for small 
price? Our son's was 
stolen and he's pining. 
919-232-2788 2-2-28 

ASTROLOGY READ- 
INGS by Rev. Covert, 
Minister, writer, teacher 
and lecturer. Please call 
463-1054 or 486-7220. 

2-2-28 

JOYCE STAR, now doing 
horoscopes for the general 
public. Classes forming 
soon, please call for 
information, 497-2891. 

2-tf 



EXTRA CASH 

It's so easy... advertise 
the things you no longer 
need in the classified 
columns of your 
hometown newspaper. In 
practically no time at all, 
people in your 

neighborhood will know 
what you have to sell. 



Tired of advertising? 

Let us advertise for you! 

We provide free, no obligation, service 

to property managers and home owners 

with property to rent. 

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Chesapeake 

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We buy and sell 

Dealers welcome 

Tues-Sat. 8:30 to 5 p-m. 

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tlREO OF CLOWNING 
AROUND? Try hiring 
"Wonder Woman" for 
your parties! Children 
love it! Reasonable rates. 
489-7447, 2-tf 



LEIGH PHOTO- 

GRAPHIC SERVICE 

Weddings and Groups our 
specialty. Albums and 
charge plans available. 
Write P.O. Box 15007, 
Chesapeake. Va. 23320, 
i»82-1312. 2-tf 

PROFESSIONAL BODY 

RUB for women and men. 
14 hour appointments at 
your home or office. 340- 
1611. 2-2-28 



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OIL PAINTING 

REPRODUCTIONS, I 

will reproduce any photo 
into oil painting. 421- 
7544. 2-tf 

DAD, we loved you and 
miss you. Mary and Larry 
2-2-28 

"LET US PRAY 
TOGETHER". No charge 
cassettes made possible by 
voluntary contributions. 
Prayer Fellowship 3321 
Pinehill Crescnt, Chesp. 
22321 2-3-14 

DEVELOP your full 
potential. For information 
call Jim Bell 588-9519 

2.3/14/79 

CHILDREN'S clothes- 
lightly worn. Monday- 
Friday 10-4 Saturday 10-1 
Consignments accepted 
ivionday only. SAND 
BUCKET 3006 Artie Ave. 
Virginia Beach 2-3-14 

LEARN TO PAINT 
CHINA - enjoyable and 
rewarding, Virginia Fuller 
teacher, beginners, 
intermediate, advanced 
iastractions, for 
information caSl 4M-4961 . 
2-tf 



LOST BLACK MALE 

SCOTTIE-Unclipped, vic- 
inity 23rd-24th Street or 
Birdneck Road. Answers 
to Rocky. Reward call 
425-6082. 3-2-2 

LOCAL TOUCH 

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bound up with ihe 
everyday life of your 
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your hometown 

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1973 FORD E 200 VAN- 

carpeted. Ice-box, and sink. 
302 straight shift. Radial 
tires, $2150. Days 547-5755 
Nights 420-2552 6-3-14 

MM CMC SCHOOL BUS. 

Excellent condition. 20 
seats. Would make a great 
Sunday School Bus! $1200. 
Days 547-5755 Nights 420- 
2554 6-3-14 

75 COUGAR-grey with red 
vinyl top. Red leather 
interior. Power steering and 
braked. Please call 461-8808 
or 481-0826. 6-3-14 



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KARATE MEMBER- 

SHIP-Sacrifice. Must sell 
due to illness in family. 
You can pick this up 
CHEAP. Please call, 625- 
1232 2-3-7 



"YOU TOO CAN CUT 
YOUR ELECTRIC BUL 
SO PERCENT," 

Congressman Praises 
Book. Send $3.98 phn 50 
•tttmixjpOtMge, ten ' day 
moneyback guarantee. 
Chesapeake Products, 
Book Dept.-9D. Box 
6557, Portsmouth, Va. 
23703. 2-2-28 



warrenty. AM-FM. 
Excellent condition. 
$5,995 or make offer. 481- 
0464 after 7 PM. 6-3-7 

62 GMC BUS. 66 

passenger. MAKE 
OFFER! 1972 COUNTRY 
SEDAN WAGON 9 
passenger. Good 
condition, new tires, 
67,000 miles. S1200. 393- 
4136 6-3-7 



1968 NOVA-2 door, 6 
cylinder. Automatic. 
Good Condition. $550. 
Please Call 497-4195 

6-3-7 



1972 MERCURY 

MARQUIS BROUGHAM 

1 owner. Load with 
equipment. This one is a 

real buy at SI695. 461-5104 
6-3-14 

BUiCK LA SABER 19784 

door. Brown/biege vinyl 
top. FULL POWER 
LUXURY!! Cruise control 
too! $5995. Will consider 
trade. 461-8808 or 481-0626 
6-3-14 

69 BUICK ELECTRA- 

power steering, brakes, 
windows, locks and seats. 
AM-FM 8 track. A/C. 
Cruise control. New 
battery, tires, shocks. 
COMFORT A LUXURY 
$600. 587-0995 6-3-14 

DODGE VAN - 1968 3 
speed, slant 6. Excellent 
on gas. New clutch 
assembly. Low mileage - 
good rubber. Please call 
Hank, 467-6527. 6-2-28 

OLDSMOBILE DELTA 
n 1969, Gold beauty in 
good condition. 70,000 
miles, pewer steering, '^- 
power brakes, air 
conditioned. New tires. 

M95. Will negotiater^att 

399-8591 before 9 p.m.^ 

6-llJi 

1974 AUSTIN MARINA 

2 door. Excellent 
condition. Automatic, 
radial tires, low mileage. 
Stereo AM-FM tape deck. 
Better then 30 mpg! I 425- 
9237. 6-2-28 

ji 

PACKARD - 1952 
AutODtttic, 4 door, R A 
H, 80,000actual mttes. No 
rust. Running condition. 
Original upholstery. One 
previous owner. 

Collector's item!! 486- 
0741. 6-2-28 



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travel trailer. One owner. 
Used 5 times. Sleeps 6 
PERFECT! $3,000. 424- 
9190 7-3-7 

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8 ft. bed. Power steering 
and power bralces. Straight 
Shift. Good tires. $2500. 
'Days call 547-5755, nights 
420-2554 7-3-14 



SALtSPEOPLE— experi- 
enced!! Door to door. 
INCREASE YOUR 
EARNINGS. Call anytimc- 
425-1314 13.3.14 

NURSES - RNALPN - 

Earn Extra money - flexible 
hours - choice of 
assignments - top pay - 
insurance - No fees. 
Cornmonwealth Health 
are4»'2306. I3,i/wy9 



l»76«ATSyN PICi(-UP 

truck-long bed. 23,000 
miles. Camper top. Like 
new condition with new 
tires. 461-5104 7.3.14 



CAB-OVER-Six Feet. Fits 
small truck. Sleeps 4. 
Used one time. Fully 
equipped. Take over 
payments!!! 489-9301 

7-2-22 



MtotareyclM-Scovtore 



1973 YAMAHA 250 - 

Very good condition. 
$300.00. Call 547-2067. 

9-2-28 



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11-BMts.MariM 



SEAGUL SILVER 
CENTURY PLUS 

outboard motor. 5'/4 Hp. 
Short shaft. Used 1 year. 
Cleaned, tuned and lubed. 
Extremely dependable. 
$235.00. 467-1363Tl 1-2-28 



nVi FT. LCGER. Deep- 
V closed bow boat with all 
gauges & C/G equipment. 
55 H.P. Evenrude motor 
and tilt trailer. $1200 or 
best offer. 54J-0435 ' 

11-2-22 



LOCAL TOUCH 

No other medium is 
bound up with the 
everyday life of your 
community more than 
your hometown 

newspaper. 

NEW PARTY PLAN IN 

AREA!! Excitingly 
different! Party Lite 
Gifts. Featuring candle 
ensembles. Money makers 
dream come true^ For 
interview call 587-7166. 

13-2-28 

NURSE - LPN Monday - 
Friday/ day shift. 
Ingleside area. Arthritic 
patient. Long-term case. 
Call Quality Care. 461- 
5755. 13.2.28 

SALES HOLIDAY 
MAGIC COSMETICS - 

Opportunity to advance to 
management. Liberal 
commission, car helpful, 
Tidewater area. Call 467- 
4040. No investment 
required. 13-tf 

CAB DRIVERS - DAY 

OR NIGHT shifts. 
Hardworkers will earn 
good money! Diamond 
Taxi, Virginia Beach. Call 
Mr. Bragg, 464-3289. 13-tf 



WHIPPEI^!! Brindle L 
silvers.ODERLESS AKC 
regist«-ed puppies. 20 to 30 
pounds^ when grown. 
ELEGANT, intelligent- 
resembled a greyhound. 
CALL 545- 1497 after 7PM. 
22-3-14 



BICHON FRISE- 

Adorable white puppies, 
^»^«yf»^^, good nattired* 
love children. AKC 
registered. House-sized 
HYPOALLERGENIC 
puppies!! Unique and 
affordable. Call 490-042 1 
22-3-14 




%x 1^ j^y KiK and 
C3old 4 iiounder with 
ChtinpiQiii in his 
backfroui^ dccircs mite, 
Hii tlfvicei are 
reiioiMbijr/St7-6l7| 

23^2-22 

OOMT |«AVC YOUR 

CAT \mymm i wui 

b^y-iit for four cat while 
J»u ait away. For 
informatjon call 428-4064 
betwBcn \ a.m. and 11 
a.ni. M.2-28 





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CASHS CAMII^ far 
used furniture, M^itW^ 
T.V.'s. Wc l»v Myttiart, 
All B * S FUINJTUW 
3822GranbySt.«S.JIH 

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LIVING ROOM «;iTy.3 

cushioned 9 ft, ^y^ 
Champagne damAfJt 
upholstery,. ■■ .%\i^- 
Matching barr^>kaek<Ml 
elwtr, lie. MnHjh 
condition! 4244119 ! 



fmnnSKiSl tiJERKO 

\vM'VAM-FM ridio and 
^apf re^vrder. In watnui 
cabinei. Very good 
vcwditioo. S73. Call 499^ 
mb 30-3-7 



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NEW 3 BfOIMMIM 

RANi:H - 2 baths, CAC. 
Klf-ciean over next ip jolf 
course. |»rk, Wte;' taiy 
Ksxa ail bases. 499-9449. 
46-tf 




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ST. BERNARD FUPPY 

Beautiful 10 month old 
female. Extremely 
friendly. Requires a 
fenced yard. $100. Serious 
inquires only. Please call 
463-2412 

22-2-21 

ENGLISH COON 
HOUND fUPPIES, 6 

weeks old, registered with 
papers, $50.00 each. 421- 
9469 after 5. Both parcnu 
are excellent tree dogs. 

22-tf 

MINIATURE SALT « 
PEPPER SCHNAUZES 

male is looking for a 
mate! This adorable 
Schnauzer is AKC 
registered and ^omes frtnn 
champion stock. 419- 
2571. 22-^M 

YOUNG PARAKEETS 

$10.99 - Peach-faced lone 
birds $39 each. All bird 
cages 25% off with this 
ad. Specials all the time at 
Fish Factory. 855-1111. 

22-3-14 



EAULY AME«tf:AN- 

hand crafted items for 
sale. lEarly American 
lamps custom c^ored to 
fit yoyr home. Want 
somethring different? 
Uniqu«?call424-}448 

_ 23-2-21 

OIL PAINTING-Modem 

fall scene. 43x31 inches! 
Orante« iNrown and light 
neirual shudes. Unique 
^wooden ftame included in 
price. 340-3386 25-3-7 

RECYCLED BABY 

ITEMS, cribs to 
bibsll Warn clotWng 30 
to 30% off. Al the BABY 
LADY SHOP Ukeland 
Shopping Center. Hours: 
11-4 weekd»ys, n-5 
Saturday's. l$}-9934 

25-3-7 



USED 

Refrifcraton mmmi^ 
up. Eightwn Hi^ -n^Dm- 
1115.08. m^^^^n^ 

$123.00. T.V.'s$79i»|» 
day warranty. i|i^i t.y 
412-3336 



H^taNt'i OMjM complete. 
uSi, tradt. Buying 
•1^ coin*. 42 Southern 
|||#pping Center, 
li«rroa(,833-SII8. 31-tf 

■piiaiip jn *' ■ ! ' ■ " ■ II ■ .■■- 

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LARGE FURNISHKP 
STUDIO apartment, 
vicinity CBN-College Park. 
One year plus May I. Rqrty 
including phone no., Mrs, 
Middleton. Box 1316 
Concord. Ma.0174l 30.3-14 



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m 4 KIND - 

ZciduH; ring • one 
ciiatom made, 
lipttailus and Virgo 
iMi la railed sterling on a 
«^|r ^ad. Wounan's size 
%^x Unique gift, 
iicririoe, S23. Pleaae call 
im^Xm. 32-tf 



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IEFKIGE«4t(M I 

door with i« ni|l^. ]} 

Cu. Ft. New Oxai^a^ 
Harvest OeM. WWllfr 
and dryer, KeMM«f^ 
Avocado, fn^p^x 
condition. ^iffi 
reasonable! t4|7-M||, 

' ' ' I I I I ■ .11 I ■ j i. .. 'i yl | , 

MicBowAvi: m^ksfJ |MlKi^ bk afoop 

scif<lcaniag was; <^. ^if^ 4«iiy. Green's 
1 year dd. W«f ^ «li» :||^ \m\m. At the 
den set, excettiff 



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condition. 10,006 BTIU^r 
conditioner, and a kitciwi 
table. 467-5732 



» Market of 
^«^Wia Bmh. Call 427- 
3194 Open 9-«daHy. 

33-tf 



ALANTON - 4 bedraopi 
brick ranch, 2 baths, 
family room, Hreplape, 
eat-in-kitchen, pantry, 
hardwood floors, 2 ctf 
garage, well, S72.300. 428- 
4345/481-1908. 31-tf 

CANJN.EWO(N>CQVE- 

Exquisite 4 bedroom 
ranch, nestled in lovely 
wooded setting, 3200 
square feet of living space, 
3 baths, large family 
room, wet bar. larfc 
outdoor screen patk). (ta 
1 plus acres. Luxury 
living. By owners, 411- 
3142. 3«-tf 



ACTION-EMERGENCY 
SERVICE. Drains 
cleaned, sewer, waterlines 
. dt water beaters installed. 
Remodlejng & new 
plumbing installations. 
Herman J. Powen 461- 
8197 
;_ 71-2-22 

MAGIC-Learn from 
recognized professional 
Magician for fun, proflt, 
prestige and popularity. 
Low rates. All ages. 
Phone 853-8852 

71tf 

CHAIR CANING-Lace 

cane or press cane. 
Experienced. Reasonable 
prices. For more 
information call-460-,, 
0112 

'"'^ 71-2-22 

SIMMONS HEATING A 
AIR CONDITIONING. 

Call the EXPERIENCED 
ONE for repairs or 
replacemrtit. We stand 
behind our 31 years of 
experience. 424-291 1 

71tf 



CUSTOM CABINET 
WXS^, oibinets, counter 
tops, vanhies, ^kciBes, 
music centers and bars. 
Quality work - reasonable 
rates ■ free estimates. Call 
835-«43. 583-3918. 71-tf 



CHAIN Um FENCE-4 

feet high. Approximately 
180 feet. Excellent 
condition. Sears best 
fencing. S373.0D 481-3350 
after $PM. 25-3-14 



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TELEPHONE SOLICI- 
TATION-5-9 PM Monday 
to Friday from our office 
in Great Bridge. Call Mrs. 
Giles for interview 482- 
2148 13-3-7 

BABY SITTER NEEDED 

^*om 7:30 AM to 5 PM 

daily. Mature with 

-references. Norcova 

(>£staicai Celkaftar 3: 347- 

4713 13-3-7 

RUBBERMADE PARTY 

PLAN-Exceptional way to 
earn money! NO 
PACKING, DELIVER- 
ING OR INVESTMENT. 
Sells itself. High 
commission paid. 
Managers needed. 424- 
3843 

13-2-22 

EXCEPTIONAL oppor- 
tunity for sharp, 
ambitious individuals 
interested in extra income. 
We show you how. For 
informative interview call 
420-5530 

13-2-21 

'■ ADVERTISING SALES 

representatives • If you are 
looking Ua*^ career 
opporptllity that is 
chaU^ging and 

r^wardingi we have a 
position that may interest 
you. You will work from 
our offices on Battlefield 
Blvd. and Rosemont Road 

~ where you will learn many 
phases of the community 
newspaper business. We 
provide paid on-the-job 
training. You provide an 
intelligent willingness to 
learn. You must have a 
sales background and 
enjoy working with the 
public. This is a fulltime 
position with Bylerly 

. Publications, publishers 
of the Chesapeake Post 
and the Virginia Beach 
Sun. Plose write Sheldon 

; Kelly, Byerly 

Publications, P.O. Box 
1327, Chesapeake, Va. 
233a). 13-tf 



NEED six women 
inter^ted in earning $60 
to $100 weekly. Part time 
from your home. Call 4^ 
0977 for appointment. 13 
13-tf 

REPORTERS - General 
assignments, features, 
news editing with weekly 
newspapers in Southside 
and Tidewater Virginia. 
Prefer journalism sehool 
backgrpund and some 
experience. Must have 
good typing ability and be 
willing to learn news 
photography. If you are 
interested in more details, 
write David Woodrbof, 
Byerly Publications, 1000 
Armory Drive, Franklin, 
Va. 23851 13-tf 



POM-POO PUPPIES! 3 

femtJes, black or brown. 
Wormed and healthy, 
fluffy and lovable. 
Parents on premises. 
$10.00. Call after 4 p.m. 
545-2992. 22-2-28 

BASENJI FEMALE. 
SMALL BARKLE8S 



house-pet 
disposition. 



Excellent 
Impressive 



14-PMitfMiWartai 



LOVING CHILD CAREin 

my home in Level Green 
area. 8:30 to 5:30 daily. I'll 
give your child motherly 
attention! 420.0427 14-3-14 

CERTIFIED HOME- 
MAKER seeks employ- 
ment caring for elderly or 
home and children. 
$100.00 week. Excellent 
references. Can live in. 
Betty Keith 855-0402 
anytime 14-2-28 

HOME HEALTH AID - 

Bonded and insured. Call 
461-5756. 14-2-28 

BABY SITTING 

AVAILABLE: Green 
Run, Larkspur area. 
Day's or nights in my 
home. Experienced. Will 
negotiate prices. 467-5732 
14-2-22 



pedigree. Housebroken! 
,'t I^oiHheddH««riodQrkssj 
Moving-must sell. Please 
call 423-1516 

22-2-22 

TWO CUDDLY BLACK 
CHOW puppies. Four 
weeks old. Parents on 
premises. AKC registered. 
Champion Bloodlines. 
THE ONLY PURPLE 
TONGUED DOOI! 340- 
3341 

^ 22-2-22 

« 

BLUE DOBERMAN- 

Unusual female. Four 
months old. Excellent 
with children. Mother 
AKC registered, and on 
premises. These dogs are 
rare. Tail & due-claws 
have been done. Call 482- 
1768 after 6 P.M. 

22-2-22 

GERMAN SHORT 
HAIRED pointers. 
Parents are excellent 
hunters. AKC registered, 
excellent conformation. 
Shots & wormed. 6 weeks 
old. $125. Each. 485-3386 
or 547-7312 

2^^22 



NATIIBAL DARK 
RANCH Wm STOLE. 

Exactly Uke new. Worn 
twice. Must b« tried on to 
be appre^gted. Price 
negoti|,Ue. Cash only. 
4604369 

23-2-22 

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OLD CUyipp - 1940's 
or e^rUar, Kms. shoes, 
beaded purses and 
jew^rtry. Q7-3917 or «5. 

171*" •-•-'^i'-^ "-*"'-ii^r 

BOOKf:A4«S» <«UN 
GAMNSTS, PESiU - 

made to onltr. F^vsitwre 
rcfiiiiiUnf . QupUty work, 
r^iaoQilMe prices. Free 
estinuttt. Pifife oOl 547- 
OOI9,543.29;3. 23-tf 



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RUMMAGE SAMS IN 
HOUSE! Everything pust 
go. Going onrerseaf. 
February 17-18.|9,24th4 
23th. 9 AM-6 PM, 1!M 
Queens way, Regenc y 
Apartments 428-4938 

2fr2-4l 

FLEA MAWI7 Np 3, 

3313 South MU|t«ry 
Highway. Open F^4w. 
Saturday, Sumliy only lO- 
6. Inside stalls aa# |i^ 
set-ups for rent. ^^|||f 
to serve you. . fifff 
admission. 487-9101. Jitf 

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nmmt ■ Lynnhaven 
ihticked and unwashed. 
QppfCifite Kurd's Seafood 
ieMaofant, off Little 
Hl6i( Ridv. Earl Smith, 
34^5171. 33-tf 



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tmmott ' HARD- 

|VIM» 0AK/NAPLE. 

m «m4 4 X 4 X 8", 
(moo delivered. Half 
coEd. S40.00. May pick up 
ajt r^ri^uwd rate. M.A. 
Q4(mi,>«7-4937. 34-tf 

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HICKORY SECTION 

3132 BattleHeid Blvd. Brick 
ranch. 3 bedroom, 
den/ fireplace, double 
garage, central air. Mi^'st 
\ see to appreciate. Middle 
'«60's.48M253 -39k3-14 



DON'T BE A 
SPEEDEB 

Drive with care, don't 
be a speeder, you might 
run over a warn ad reader! 

PIANO DOCTOR • 
FULL reliable piano 
service, tuning, repairing, 
and regulating. Serving 
Southern Tidewater- 
Thohipson Enterprises. 
Work on all makes 420- 
4137. THf 

WANO TUNING - 

promt efficient service. 
Lee Wales • please call 
4«W»3«. 



HEAVY OR LIGHT 

HADLING-truck and 
driver for hire. 
Dependable and sure. 
Extra hdp available. Call 
me for your hauling 
needs! 545-9330 Ijl-tf 

MR. AND MRS. 
PAINTERS of the 
Tidewater area. The 
quality of a man- the 
smooth touch of a 
woman. Interior-exterior 
painting 424-4687 71-tf 

JANITORIAL SERVICE 
UNLIMITED - Complete 
janitorial services. Clean 
new homes upon 
completion. Carpets, 
hardwood floors, lawns 
ETC! 485-3179 71-3-7 

TIPEWATER TREE 
SERVICE, INC- 

Complete tree service. 
Toppin, removing and 
stump grinding. FREE 
ESTIMATES. Fully 
insured. Call Steven 
McSweeney 420-8789 : 

71-3-7 

HOME IMPROViE- 

MENTS. Quality 
remodeling with personal 
service and low, low off- 
season prices! Call the 
experts, BAY 

ENGINEERING ft 
CONSTRUCTION COM- 
PANY. 490-1001 

7t-2J28 



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Unbetteublc I0yif 
Pta0l0n/t bi^ an^seHi 
USED t Ij^^f . 
YESTERYEAR fur*iM(ite 
at YESTERYEAHIWS^ 
623.3376. ./ :,=:^fo 



IS-BMSiness OppertiNiity 



GET INTO THE 
EXCITING world of 
Chinchilla breeding. Small 
investment, large return. 
For appointment, 499- 
3278 between 3:30 and 
7:30 p.m. 13-tf 



TIRED OF 

HOUSEWORK? Need 
lextra income? Earn 
JUi./lO.OO per hour 
average working from 
home in Chesaprake in 
Virginia Beach calling on 
customers Phone 
netessary. Use of car 
necessary on occasion. 
Call 425-71 19 

I3tf 



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PUD'S • Ceramics. 
Certified Duncan 
Teacher. Complete line 
Duncan products. 
Greenware. Firing. 
Unique gifts. Free 
beginner's classic. 2213 
Potters Road. 463-0437. 
19-tf 



FOR THE FINEST 

selection of pets, pro- 
fessional grooming and 
supplies, check us out!! 
THE LEASH A 
COLLAR-3818 Granby 
St. 627-0530 22-3 7 

BLACK MANX-Male 
Champion $100. RED 
MANX Female Breeder 
type, $150. Will have 
Abyssinian kittens for sale 
soon!! 480-1989 22-3-7 



GERMAN SHEFHARD 
PUPS - 3 good litters, all 
champion lines - large 
boned, healthy, 
guaranteed. Terms. Come 
and compare. 488-8(%3. 

22-tf 



PO YOi! MEEP-an air 
conditioner^ Fpr your 
cottage or )»ur house- 
9.000 BTU's. reverse 
cycle. SAVE DOLLARS- 
buy npw. 422-2425 

25-2-22 

Bivesi Man's and 
wonwn's 3 9fc4 English 
Racer. Black and lUm. 
Good condition $50.00 for 
both. Oitl's 24 inch 
RoadruBoei'. good 
condition, $13.00 firm. 
412-4^1 29-^2l 

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wiRcoioice 

For a wide choijce of 
buycra, reMers, workers in 
your neighborlKiod, use 
low cost ciiHiried ads in 
yowr lipaietowa 

news|»per. ^ct results 
quick! 



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WE MJY AfCCmi^:'^:. 
furniture, v^UmiftHSA 
garage sale \ttuxm%>--^i 
0739 or 467-2144. ».%{ 



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WANT to buy pdcMi^ 
electric typewriter i^ ||iid 
working order. PtHMielt 
481-4642. IH^ 



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fitlt^Art- Wack, fertile 
tpp jiall. Atip ,«|i)d and 

H^W^Vj^ilfK.. 835-7844 
S^m-na. 35-tf 

4J(MfN.ftON FARM 

■ JU^^kUh tractors, 3. 
J4^fli|.«ljp equipment, 
:lopt^''posis, ptjiinui hay 
|)i^l<i»rnv545-8370. 35-tf 

->. / 1 ? I i m . ■ ' 7 . ' -. ' ' ' ■'— 

-fiUP^Y^Ua. own fruit! 

' jFrjt* . copy 48'page 
Fl^^ Gu<#B Catalog in 
c|iiaf,: offered by 
Villi's Iwiest growers 
.q( tmi vmtl mit trees, 
tafnt I^U. grape vines, 
l*||jMl0in« plant 
niAtar(|iii. Waynesboro 
MMfartes. Inc. 

*l||pborp,V*. 2^986 

-V /:-;.. . 35-^22 

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CATAUNA HEIGiHR^T 

bedroom ranch, den. 
Excellent condition. Good 
VHDA buy m«h. leryl 
Hill, agent. 343-1702 or 
485-5950, REALTY 
WORLD Wallace and 
Wainwright 39-3-14 

GREAT BRlPQIl^Wlt- 
SON HEJGHTS. 

Icu^ A l^room 

i^Vt I Assumption 
$71,900. No 

qualifications. 323 
Woodberry Dr. 347-4810 
39-3.7S 




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FLORIDA • TftAPCr 
EQUrriES - 12 acre farm 
with 3 bedroom hQuse - 2 
fireplaces, den. fences, 
pond. Also waterfront 
lots, motels, 461-8120. 

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ANTIQUES 10.000 sq. 
feet of Ant^ttpf, %irb«^ 
chair and |K^ walnut 
office tok, diowcaaes. 
Open 10-3 dllly. 1104 
Granby St. Morfolk. <23- 
9119. 26-2-21 

ENGLISH UHm CASE 

.Grandfather's Clock. 8 
daybellstrike. area 1783. 
Case in good conditi<»i. 
Movement in excellent 
condition. SI4Q0. Finn. 
460-0369 

26-2-22 



ENJOY MCSAVmi^ 09 

beautiful Wiff.T|| 
PIANOS at wiw^l^NUJS^ 
prices. AU/u)i^es,|^at|^ 
PEAL A TOL(.I0N 
PIANO WAREHOUS£, 
5312 Vn. Bch. ^IJVd., 
Building E. 490-1633 |Nf 

ELECTKJC 9««^|||^ 
TTR with bench. ^V 
new. BroJce ^)l(. 
can't pUy. 
included. THE l^iCf t| 
RIGHT! 426-7401 

30.1^. 






l^i.XBMI V% SET. 
/ttfy^U-CMNt 7 foot 
•4f^^^- laufsa., with this 
lU^M kitr MONEY 
;K .filiraotee. Larry 
ill Webb St. 
V|, 234J4 1-539- 
il^ ' 3l-2tfs 

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LARGE BOUND bales Of 

hay. Mixed varky. Will 
deliver if necessary. 
$20.00 or will negotiate. 
488-4244 

63-2-22 



CAVAUFJt KITCHENS- 

offers Overton unfinished 
cabinets. High quality, low 
prices. We offer planning 
and installation, or do it 
yourself! CALL -857- 1435 
71-tf 

REMQPELING ROOM 
APPITIONS. PENS - 

^X....tXW, P|.gi9mei 
ioiproveniRtsr. IQtelieaa' 
and . bathrooais 
modernized. Qualify 
work. Free estimates. 
Please call 347-0089, 343- 
2923. 71.tf 

u_ 

RON WEST • tiJM 
CARPENTRY, cabiaeu. 
paneling, doors, 
bookcases, formica, 
additions or remodeling. 
623-0201. 71.tf 

ROOFING, guttering, 
painting and chimney 
water proofing. All work 
guaranteed. Call Melvin 
0. Oever Roofing Co., 
587-3003. 71.tf 

ROOFING REPAUIS. 

Experienced-any type, 
small jobs. Call night or 
day. &23-9^ or 837.6710 
shop. 71-tf 



FIREPLACES - Haveia 
custom fireplace bulk in 
your home at a reasonable 
price by Michael and Hifl, 
fireplace specialists 
licen<ed, bonded arid 
insured -j-efnences. 482- 
3636. 71-tf 

— r : , 4. 

ALTiBATiOMfi - 1 dfy 

servicitl!, 30 years ^f 
ei^aMiri ddlutyptji 
of ait«iag. King Grant 
tfca. 3406602. 71-2-2^ 

HOME IMPROVf^- 
MENTS repairs, 
Oiaiatcnance. Stat'p 
liseased. Free estimate^. 
Proqipt. courteous 
service. Quality 

{W-fanaanoe. 416-1544 or 
497-2320. 71-tf 

INSULATE NOW and 
take advantage of tax 
retMUtei Stop wasting 
money on lost ene-gy. 
Free estimates - T.E. 
Ritter Corporation, 
Sarviag Tidewater sinQe 
1924.622-3831. 71-tf 
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1973. 12 X 
M'|IAp<Noin-Muttsdl 
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PIANOg - new 9ad«Mb «<Slf^) AppUwces 
rentaU - tuning - ew^: ^Mi )k cpndiUoned 
rebuilAiig • r^ini^i|H^ Mp^tf iovWy area '" 



I^le and Toilisoa 
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VIRGINIA BEACH SUNDWRDNKSDAY; n:BKUAKV 21. 1979 



Virginia fieac/i Sports 



Coaches select 1978-79 All-District Team 




Daryl Christian 



Mike Downs 



Rich Davidson 



Myron Goffigan 



ByMIKED'ORSO 



Jhere may have been a rat race for the Beach District 
b as ke tball title this seasoiH-andy^s^ on e coach pat it. 



'Any team in this district can beat any other team on a 
given night," but when it came to selecting the five top 
ballplayers at the Beach, the decision was a clear-cut 
orte. 

Each district coach named his choice of the five best 
District ballplayers, excluding players from his own 
team. He then named the ballplayers he felt deserved to 
be on a "second" team. 
- Not surprisingly, the coaches were unanimous in their 
choices of four of the ballplayers on the Beach All- 
District team, and the fifth ballplayer, Wendell Henry, 
received a first place vote from every coach but one. 

Here is a look at the 1978-79 Virginia Beach All- 
District team: 



Daryl Christian- In terms of team wins and losses, it 
was a disappointing year for this Kellam junior, as the 
Knights could muster only two wins in 18 starts. But in 
terms of individual performance, the 6'5" Eastern 
Region scoring leader had a stellar season, in more ways 
than just scoring points. 

"He's the best player at the Beach," states Kellam 
coach Al Bailey matter-of-factly. "He's not only 
averaging 27 points a game, but he's got 1 1 rebounds a 
game, and something like three blocked shots a game. 

"He helps us bring it down against the press, and he is 
very unselfish. I bet he hasn't taken more than ten bad 
shots all year. 

Christian, who plays strictly forward for the Knights, 
will be returning next season. How does his future look, 
both next season and possibly thereafter? 

"If he devotes himself this summer to playing in the 
backcourt, he could play well in major college 
competition," says Bailey, a former coach with the now 
defunct Virginia Squires, 

"He has the talent to play forward at the major 
college level, and there is no question that he can score, 
but whether he can rebound and play defense at forward 
at his present size is questionable." 



How difficult was it for the talented junior to 
reconcile his team's frustrating season with his own 
individual accomplishments? 

"He takes losses very hard," sayd Bailey. "It bothers 
himr-Wrhas^uch^ great^sire tohe awinner , a n d it 's 
been difficult for him, and for the rest of the team, to 
lose." 

Fortunately for Christian, and unfortunately for 
Kellam opponents, this dismal season for the Knights 
won't be his last. t 

Mike Downs - Down's final season at the Beach came 
to an early end when be broke his foot in a late-season 
encounter with First Colonial. But his talents are well-" 
recognized by District coaches, and it should surprise no 
one to find him as an unanimous selection on the All- 
'District team. 

As the hub of Kempsville's attack. Downs showed the 
ability to score both inside, with smooth moves and 
good jumping ability, and outside, with a soft, accurate 
jump shot. 

Chief coach Bill Cochrane occasionally needed 



Downs to bring the ball upcourt against pressing 
defenses, and the 6'5" Chief center, who played guard 
earlier in his career, was aptly able to answer the call. 
Downs's irflportance to the Chiefs was reflected by 



then-T5erformance with and without hifh. Prior to his 
injury, the Chiefs were a surging Contender for the 
District crown. Without him, Kempsville faded and had 
to hang on to claim a District tournament spot. 

Rich Davidson - Transferring from North Carolina to 
Cox at the beginning of this season, Davidson was an 
unknown commodity to Beach District observers. But 
he took little time in establishing himself as the 
dominant big man at the Beach. 

Building their defense around the broad-shouldered 
giant, the Falcons picked up steam earlyin the year and- 
foiled to the Beach District regular season oiowiik . . , , 

"Davidson is the best big man, going to the boards 
offensively, I've ever had," says Cox coach George 
Ontko. "He does a good job of taking the ball to the 
hoop, and when he gets the ball, he knows what to do 
with it." 



Wendell Henry 

While Davidson averaged nearly 16 points a game for 
Cox, his worth to the Falcons was primarily on defense. 

"He's definitely the key to our del^efise. He's an 
intimidating factor," states Ontko. "He equalizes or 






Daryl Christian (Kellam) 
Mike Downs (Kempsville) 
Rich Davidson (Cox) 
IMyron Goffigan (Cox) 
Wendell Henry (Bayside) 



Virginia Beacii Ail-District Team 



6'S" 

6'2" 
6'3" 



Junior 
Senior 
Senior 
Senior 
Senior 



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27.2 avg. 
22.2 avg. 
15.7 avg. 
16.0 avg. 
19.S avg. 



SecondTeam 

Marvin Williams (Princess Aniie) 

Robert Creeiimore (First Colonial) 

Brett Wiillams (Princess Anne) 

Thad Miles (Princess Anne) ^ 

Gary ^eeman (Kempsville) 

Honorable Mmtion (other players receiving votes): Freddie Gilchrist (Kempsville), Brad Pearman 

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offsets pthw opponents' big men. without him, we'd 
definitely be at a loss." 

Myron Goffigan - It only makes sense that Cox, 
riding a balanced attack to the District championship, 
should place two players on the Alt-District team. 

While Davidson \anchored Cox's inside game on 
defense, Goffigan mkde things happen at the offensive 
end of the floor. And according to Ontko, it was 
Goffigan's ability to discipline his floor game that was a ''' 
key to Cox's success^ 

"Hedottn't take many bad shots," says Ontko. "His 
whole ball game is run and^hoot, knd he did a heckiiva 
job adjusting to our controlled type of offense. 

"He's definitely our best outside shooter. If he played 
in a different type of system, he could average 30 points 
a game." 

But in the Cox system, Goffigan didn't need to score 
30 points to be effective. His 16-point average, 
combined with the rest of the balanced Falcon attack, 
served adequately as the Falcon spearhead. 

Wendell Henry - Bayside's late-season surge put the 
Marlins into the District tournament, and the key to 
Bayside's success was Wendell Henry's crystallization. 

"His attitude has changed so much since Christmas," 
observes Bayside coach Johnny Dollar. "He wasn't the 
ballplayer I knew he could be. " 

After the solution of inner team problems, Henry 
became the ballplayer Dollar hoped for and he began to 
assert himself as the team leader. 

Of Henry's take-charge attitude. Dollar says, 
"Wendell came into his own. He's not a selfish 
ballplayer. He leads the team in assists - if somebody's 
open, he'll give it up. He plays at both ends of the 
floor." 

Combining his quickness on defense with a 19-point 
average, Henry was the major reason for Bayside's 
surge, and his personal surge landed him an All-District 
berth. 




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In Friday's final night of regular season play, two cliff-hangers resulted in a third 
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• Kempsville watched Cox rebound from a fourth quarter deficit to deal the Chiefs 
a loss which, combined with Bayside's triple-overtime victory over First Colonial, 
dropped Kempsville into a tie with Bayside for the District third place slot. 

The Marlins won Saturday's coin flip for third place, and so they will meet 
Princess Anne Tuesday night in the opening Distria tournament game. Kempsville 
meets Cox Wednesday night with the two winners playing Friday night for the 
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Princess Anne 7.3 

Bayside S-5 

Kempsville ' 5-5 

First Colonial 2-8 

Kellam 2-8 



Overall 
15- 5 

13- 7 
7-13 
9- 9 
4-14 
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Christian (Kellam) 
Downs (Kempsville) 
Henry (Bayside) 
M. Williams (P.A.) 
Goffigan (Cox) 
Davidson (Cox) 

Nfiles(PA) 
Freeman (Kemp) 
Crcel(more(F.C.) 
F. Gilchrist (Kemp) 
C. Gilchrist (Kemp) 
Pearman (P.A.) 



Final Scoring Leaders 
Games 



18 
12 
19 
20 
20 
20 
20 
15 
16 
18 
18 
20 



Total 

267 

371 

352 

319^ 

313 

273 

198 

208 

211 

192 

206 



Avg. 

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22.2 
19.5 
17.6 
16.0 
15.7 
15.7 

13.6 
13.0 
11.7 
10.6 
10.3 




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Princess Anne winner) 

(Girls: Kellam-Playoff winner versus First Colonial- 
Bayside winner) 

Wrestling 

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Gymnastics 

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. VIRGINIA BEACH SUNH WKUNKSDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1979 

Patriot Gymnasts edge Cox for 
Beach District Tournament titie 




ByMKID'OMO 



PIM*kyliaktD>Ono 



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Catontol's LtsHt Karnltoeliiiig (2iid), and Cox's Jaadaa CaakwrigM (If^ 



toflaariaf Saturday's Mstriet Gyamastics 
(4lli), laysMa's Usa Wabar (3ri), First 



First Colonial's talented contingent of gymnasts won 
the Beach District Gymnastics Meet team championship 
Saturday at Bayside High School, skinning Cox 103.05 
to 99.801 

By edging undefeated regular season titlist Cox for 
the tournament crown, the Lady Patripts atoned for 
their only setbacks this year. Cox topped First Colonial 
twice during the regular season. 

Of her team's victory, Patriot coach Lynn Hadley 
said, "It was like neck and neck. We both wanted it so 
bad." 

A stellar performance by Cox's Jaudon Conkwright 
led Cox's efforts. The sprightly Falcon finished first on 
the uneven parallel bars and in the fioor exercise to 
capture the individual Ail-Around crown. 

First Colonial placed two gymnasts in the top four all- 
around. Lean Leslie Karnitschnig finished second with a 
strong performance and Betsy Noll placed fourth 
overall. 

"They deserved it. They put in extra effort and time. 
Those two are hard workers," commented Hadley in 
reference to her two standouts. 

Lisa Weber, Bayside's blond standout, finished third 
in the Ail-Around totals, as did her Marlin team in the 
team totals. 

Along with the top four Ail-Around finishers, the top 
six finislwrs in each event will compete in this 
Saturday's Regional Meet at First Colonial High 
School. 

These are the gymnasts who will represent the Beach 
in the Regional Meet (in order of finish): 




to Junior High wrestling crown 



Uneven Parallel Bars 

1) Jaudon Conkwright (Cox) 

2) Ann Franzoni (FC) 

3) Betsy Noll (FC) 



4) Lisa Weber (Bayside) 

5) Kim Humphreys (Cox) 



Leslie Karnitschnig (FC) ■ 




ByMHUA'OilM 



X^ommand performance by the Blues Brothers and 
Steve Martin highlighted the Virginia Beach Junior 
High Schools' version of "Saturday Afternoon Livie" at 
theCity JuttHdr High School Wrfestliqg Tdumatnenriik 
weekend. 

Lynnhaven's Blues, advancing eleven wrestlers into 
title matches, rolled to the tournament crown, and 
topping the Blues' list of individual champions were two 
brothers, Jeff and Greg Burns, who each recorded pins 
in their weight classes. 

Jeff Bums pinned Bayside's Mike Chunta in the 126- 




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The taste of combat 



Lynalnvaa a Kris FalnaMsaa atraliis to ascapa tlia pip af 
■Mt^ iariag Satantoy'a (Nty Jairtar M^ 



pound finals, and brother Greg, a 132-pounder, 
followed with a pin of his own over Pat Mckeever of 
Virginia Beach Junior High. Both brothers finished the 
year with unblemished records . 

Five other Lynnhaven wrestlers claimed individual 
crowjs as tfteBToes jnletf iip 2i36V5'team points, almost 
doubling second place Bayside's total of 123. 

Other individual champions for Lynnhaven were: Jim 
McGovem, who capped his undefeated season with a 
quick pin in the ?l-pound title match; Kenny Piche, 
who won at 105; Marvin Waller, who finished 
undefeated at 119; Ronnie Lovelace at 155; and Phil 
Hall, who dealt Princess Anne's Jimmy Bowman his 
first loss in the 165-pound title match. 

Brandon's diminutive 77-pounder, Steve Martin, was 
one wild and crazy guy after his emotional 4-3 upset of 
Lynnhaven's previously undefeated Kris Felthousen in 
the opening match of th^championship finals. 

The tiny seventh grader had to resist the lanky 
Felthousen's struggle in the closing seconds, and when 
his one-point lead held up, Martin had scored an upset 
victory for the Chargers . 

Princes Anne gained two individual crowns, thanks 
to Melvin Ridley, who won at 84 pounds, and Terry 
Taylor's victory at 1 12 pounds. 

Konpsville also claimed two champions in Dan 
Bergondy. who pinned the Blues' John Belbusti in their 
145-pound bout; and Charles Alcorn, who capped his 
undefeated heavyweight season with a 6-4 decision over 
Virginia Beach's Br«] Bradshaw, 

Two of Bayside's five representatives in the finals 
gained victories as John Quinn held off Lynnhaven's 
Gregg ^rangways to win 6-4 at 98 pounds, and Jeff 
Goodman claimed the l7S-pound title by knocking off 
Brandon's Charles Bassett, 9-6. 

Plan's Trojans got one crown from John Dew, who 
was a champion last year. Dew gave Independence's 
Todd Davis his first defeat in winning the 138-pound 
match, 9-5. 

Final team scores were: 



Vaulting 

1) Sonya Willis (Kempsville) 

2) Kim Humphreys (Cox) " 

3) Stephanie Fall (FC) 
Lisa Weber (Bayside) 

5) Margaret McConnell (Bayside) 

6) Leslie Karnitschnig (FC) 



Balance Beam 

1) Debbie Taylor (FC) 

2) Inga Williams (Kellam) 

3) Leslie Karnitschnig (FC) 

4) Jaudon Conkwright (Cox) 

5) Betsy Noll (FC) 

6) Stephanie Fall (FC) 



Floor Exercise 

1) Jaudon Conkwright (Cox) 

2) Lisa Weber (Bayside) 
Leslie Karnitschnig (FC) 

4) Kim Humphreys (Cox) 

5) Debbie Taylor (FC) 
Inga Williams (Kellam) 

All-Around 

1) Jaudon Conkwright (Cox) 

2) Leslie Karnitschnig (FC) 

3) Lis Weber (Bayside) 

4) Betsy Noll (FC) 



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Which way Is up? 

Baysida's Lisa Weber executes a flip during her secaad 
|MaM perfermance in Saturday's District Gymnastics 



TeamTotab 

First Colonial 

Cox 

Bayside 

Princess Anne 

Kemi^viile 

Kellam 



103.05 
99.80 
97.00 
90.50 
89.55 
88.90 




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Lynnhaven 


236 '/j 


Bayside 


123 


Princess Anne 103 '/i 


Independenct 


! 86 


Virginia Beach 64 


Kemfsviile 


61 


Plaza 


53 V^ 


Brandon 


50 


individual champions and 


runners-up were: 


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Felthousen (Lynn) 


84- Ridley (PA) 


Smith (Bay) 


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Anderson (Bay) 


98- Quinn (Bay) 


Strangways (Lynn) 


105- Piche (Lynn) 


Green (Bay) 


1 12- Taylor (PA) 


John (Lynn) 


119- Waller (Lynn) 


Tiaba (Plaza) 


126- J. Kims (Lynn) 


Chunta (Bay) 


132- G. Bums (Lynn) 


Mckeever (VB) 


l38-Dew(Plaa) 


I^vis (Ind) 


145- BergiMidy(Kemp) 


Belbusti (Ljwn) 


155- Ut^ace (Lynn) 


Kirby(PA) 


165- Hall (Lynn) 


Bowman (PA) 


175- Goodman (Bay) 


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"My goodness, Liebchen, you lost another one and 
such a pretty looth." 

"See, Sam; it came from here." The child giggled and 
pushed up her lip; a dark space appears, a place where a 
front tooth once was. "It didn't hurt a bit. I just pushed 
on it with my tongue and it popped out - on the floor." 

"That's wonderful! Come, I will walk you home for I 
must get back to my tailoring, i^ere, be careAil not to 
lose your tooth." 

Sarah's face lurncd ashen. "I knew there was 
^ someone . . .** 

The man turned, look the girl's hand in his and they 

walked slowly toward the tenements down the street, 
""the child started skipping as she loolced up at her 
companion: "Will il happen tonight, Sam?" 

"That I am certain, Ahavati, wait and see." He put 
his finger against the side of his nose, looked down at 
his little friend and winked "You will see." 

The man walked the child to the steps of a three story 
building sitting just off the side walk. He kissed her on 
thcTorehead. She impulsively grabbed him around Ihe 
waist and squeezed. "Oh, Sam." She ran up the steps 
shouting, "Mama, Mama!" 

Sam's eyes moistene^; he turned and walked toward 
his shop across the street. The gold lettering on a black 
— sign above his shop read "Sam Golden-Tailor." He 
looked down the street where the piers of the Brooklyn 
Bridge rose high above the buildings. He gazed back at 
the sign andat the two windows above, the windows to 
liis apartment . The miisc <>f Ihe traffic and the voices of 
the chiklreo phiying along Ihe sidewalks behind him 
laded to a hum as his niiiui wandered hack through llie 
vears. 

Sam Golden came to America many many years ago; 
but still he clearly remembers his first view of 
Manhattan from Ellis Island. He and his wife Sarah 
loved their new home in Brooklyn from the minute they 
arrived, because of the children. There were so many 
beautiful, happy children. They once had three children 
of their own, a son twelve and two beautiful daughters 
six and three years of age. All three died when their 
home burned in Stuttgart. Sam ainwst lost Sarah in Ihe 
fire; since the tragedy she had not been well. 

Sam and Sarah worked hard from early morning until 
late night. However, each day at 4 p.m. Sam visited the 
nearby park and rested on the same worn bench. On 
Friday evening and Saturday Sam went to Temple; 
Sarah usually, in later years particularly, was unable to 
accompany her husband' as she needed rest, more and 
more. 

The diminative tailor had many friends; everyone in 
the poor neighborhood knew the familiar figure on the 
park bench. The image was always the same; black 
homburg, black suit, high collar, black tie and black 
buttoned high top shoes - in winter a long black coal 
and white silk scarf. Sam's ncal, conservative altire was 
always the same. His friends frcquenlly sioptwd to chat 
a minute. They usually asked about Sarah's hciillh; 
Doctor l'a//io was tl\eir source of in format ion ."The 
Doctor frequently cofifidcd lo all in his office "I don't 
know what keeps that pnw woman alive. If she didn'l 
have Sam - 1 just don't know." 

Sam became more tired as he worried about Sarah's 
illness. But he continued lo work and occupy himself so 
that he had little lime to think about his wife and his lost 
children. 

Sam' loved children. He knew ihe first names of every 
child under ten. He knew their parenls: Jewish, Polish. 
Itahan, Irish, German. FreiKh. names. He knew the 
children's favorite fairy tales, when they had stomach 
aches, when they were sad, when Ihey scuffed their 
knees, when they were hui^ry and especially— when 
Ihey had a loose tooth. All would run to Sam when the 
tooth came out. "Sam! Sam! Look! My tooth came 
oui." 

Then there woirtd be magic! »That night a shiny 
quarter wrapped in Uhfoil in the shape of a star found 
its way under jlhe ptHiw ot each child who had lost a 
tooth that day. The next morning there was 
wondcrnnrnl ami exciu'iHOiM. 
"Siim! Saw! Isiit'l il atMMkrlul'.'S** shiny!" 
"Oh ves. il'k JH';MitifnU I iflnlH-n!" 
F Ih- iiLtptt,' w*. Siiiii's line lor ehiUlren l«»i his own 
children, l*»ng km. Sam's kne was magic in an«>ihcr 
way; He ihrivcd because of his lilllc friends, rheir 
excitement, ihcif j^, liwir n«ed. his need for ihem. 4 
When Sam and Sarah first came to America t>usiftcss 
was good. Sa«i, aMifays thrifty, needed liiilc and was 
wise In saving. His pqfHitatiOB spread 10 Manfaatt^n and 
he tailored for jBtwy • vnMthy hHsinessraen who 
frcqaemly cane tn ilic«i|i^ s^wp m this pcnw .vciion of 
Bro^lyn. Smi «i«wid[^ mew away from the children 
even thoupli UaMm and %iyks changed and his clients 



found closcriailors. Gradually. Sam's business changed 
10 lilllc more than mending. t 

His money in the bank dwindled unlil he now had 
only his daily small income, always decreasing and 
increasingly more insufficient. He had four hundred 
shiny quarters remaining his his desk drawer in the 
apartment; still he continued to put stars around the 
coins and secretly gave them lo the parents who put 
them under their children's pillows. He never forgot 
them although .Sarah reqiiiretl more and more attention 
and Sam became more tired each day. 

One day the owner o\' the building where Sam and 
Sarah lived and wt>rked advised Sam he was three 
moiilhs behind in his rent. "I'm sorry. Sam, but I must 
have the inconie. I have a paying tenant now. Will you 
vacate? I understand your wife is ill so you may stay in 
the aparimcnt as long as you wish. Can'l you do your 
work in your apartment? You're really not Ihal busy are 
you?" 

Sam wasn't that busy. He moved his sewittg machine 
upstairs; there was little else needed or remaining in the 
shop. 

Now there were onl> 100 quarters left and Sam 
had not one cent in the bank. 

The day came when Sam found living very difficult. 
Sarah was deathly ill and Doctor Pazzio prescribed 
more medicines that were very costly. Days passed when 
Sam had not even one garment for mending; his income 
dwindled to nothing. 

Sam did not complain; his friends were not to be 
burdened with his problems. 

Now there were only 100 quarters left and Sam had 
nt>t «>ne ceiii in t he bank . Sarah agreed the quarters were 
for the children; Sarah knew San) would find a way. 

Il was Kosh Hashanah. Sam had given Sarah ahnosi 
the last of the food; he hadn'l eaten in two days. Sarah 
was in bed constantly now and Sam spent more and 
more time sitting quietly in the chair beside her, caring 
and^alching over her. As there was no business, Sam 
^Ost lost account of lime. He was unaccustomed to 
idleness. 

One cold bleak afternoon, Sam, exhausted, fell 
asleep. When he awoke it was the eve of the day of 
atonement, Yom Kippur. He struggled into his 
overcoat, put on his homburg and scarf and walked lo 
Temple. The next day he prayed all day except for three 
quick visits to take Sarah nourishment and administer 
her medicines. She was almost too weak to talk, Sam 
himself was not able lo ailend Teinple further; he 
struggled home in the cold. As he started up Ihe stairs to 
the aparimcnt a tow-headed four year old ran up 10 
him, "Sam! Look! My tooth!" 

He put his finger against the side of his 
nose, looked down at his little friend and 
winked. "You will see." 

"Goodness, Trish! Be sure lo put il under your 
pillow." He patted her head and labored up the stairs to 
Ihe apartment. He removed a quarter from his desk 
drawer and wrapped it in tinfoil — star shaped. He then 
let himself dovvn ihe stairs slowly by the rail and Walked 
Ihe three Mocks lo I'risha's apartment. He lefl Ihe star 
with Irisha's grandmoihei and relumed 10 his 
apartment .with great elTort. Half asleep, weak, he- 
removed his coal and hat and shoes and slumped down 
beside Sarah. He noted the drawer in his desk which 
held the quarters was half open. He lay there, loo tired 
to move to close it . He slept . 

Sixteen hours later he awoke; Sarah was asleep and 
breathing easily; he noticed her color was better. She 
awoke, looked at him and smiled - for the first time in 
months! 

"I had the strangest dream! There were many colored 
lights and a long tunnel which 1 was almost at the end 
of. I wanted to come back so much, then I awoke. I also 
thought I heard someone here; it must have been you, 
Sam." 



Sam could hardly believe his eyes! Sarah ceriainly was 
belter. He strugglwl 10 his feet and shuffled toward the 
half-open desk drawer. He suddenly slopped— was 
there a strange Nuish glow coming from the desk? He 
slowly approached and looked into the drawer. He 
gasped! The quarters were gone; in their place was a pile 
of tarnished bron/e — like voins about the si/e of a 
penny, irregular in shape and thick around Ihe edges. 
He picked one up and examined il closely. On one side 
was a double cornucopia with a pomegranate between 
the horns. On the other side was a wreath with an 
inscription written in Hebrew. Sam pulled an 
encyclopedia from the shelf over the desk; under 
Ancient Coins he found a description of the coin he held 
in his hand. He was astounded! The coin was from the 
Hasmodian Dynasty, 141-37 BCE. Sam quickly 
examined the remaining coins; there were ninety-eight 
present— all exactly alike. He tiijned to his wife. 
"Sarah! It's unbelievable! Our quarters are gone!" 

Sarah's face turned ashen. "I knew there was 
someone in this room. What will we do Sam? No more 
starsTor the children." 

"No, No Sarah! They're gone, the quarters are gone, 
but look at this! There are ninety-eight more like it. 
How! How!" 

"What is it. Sam?" 

"My b(H)k shows that Ihis is a toin of biblical Israel. 
It's priceless!" 

"lach otK is valued at approximately $IO.(XX).(K)!" 

Sam iiegan lo remove all the c<»ins and examine them. 
Ihitleiiioalh iheioins he found a star made of silver foil. 
Sam unfolded the foil; inside lay a child's tooth. 

In a short time .Sarah's health improved and Sam 
became stronger; he sal more and more on the park 
bench with the children. 

Year after year passed. Sam and Sarah no longer had 
to worry about tailoring. Sam gave his life to the 
children and Sarah gave Sam her devotion. 

One after noon Sam did not come lo the park lo sit. 
Dr. Pazzio was advised of his absence. After closing his 
office, he visited the apartment. No one answered the 
door. The Doctor entered and found that both Sam and 



Sarah, each in their 99ih year, had died peacefully in 
their sleep. 

Sarah and Same were buried beside each other. On 
Sarah's gravestone was inscribed - 
Sarah Golden 
Devoted Wife 

BorA Sepl. 20, 1825 - Died Sept. 28. 1924 
On Sam's gravestone was inscribed - 
Sam Golden 
Tailor of Love 

Born Sepi . 20, 1 825 - Died Sept . 28, 1 924 
It is said that In the far corner of a cemetery in 
Brooklyn there is a grave, now without a headstone. 
From the grave at night sometimes a bluish light can be 
seen. 

Strangely enough, even though Sam Goldtn has long 
passed away, quarters continue to be found under Ihe 
pillows of children. 
As if by magic - for a tooth. By a fairy? 
On second thought; why not? 
What makes a good fairy anyway: A touch of magic? 
Wisdom. Lots of love. 

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Partial solar eclipse 
to occur Feb. 26 



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GnrlHicQiM.* A high yield 
on a short term sovings cer- 
tificate. Rotes announced 
weekly. $10,000 minimum. 
Why give it o second 
thought, when you con get the 
highest inter^^ot First? 
First Sovings. V»fe work for you. 

*AII interest vdl be forfeited in theevent- - 
of early withdrawal. EFFECTIVE 

JAN. 25-31 




A partial solar eclipse, 
caused when the moon 
moves between the earth 
and the sun, will occur in 
Virginia from 10:50 a.m. - 
1:23 p.m. (EST), Feb. 26. 
About 60 percent of the 
sun will be obscured at the 
time of maximum eclipse 
(12:06 p.m. EST). At the 
beginning, a" tiny sliver of 
the sun will be covered, 
and this will increase 
gradually until about 
three-fifth's Of the sun's 
surface is obscured. 

Virginia Beach residents 
will be able to view the 
eclipse, weather 

permitting, but should use 
proper observing 
procedures. One safe 
viewing method is to 
project the image of the 
sun through the eyepiece 
of a telescope onto a 
screen, which could be 
made from a piece of 
white paper and held a few 
inches from the eyepiece; 
or to project the image 



through a pinhole in a 
cardboard box. 

Under no circumstances 
should the sun be viewed 
directly through a 
telescope or with the 
naked eye. 




Suffolk, Fronklin,Virginia Beach and FbrtsmoulhMenter FSUC. 




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AUCTION SALE 

SATURPAYp February 17 ■ 10:30 A,M, 

Sale to b0 heM on the groundt of CHESAPEAKE EQUIPMENT, 
INC., 1541 Cedar Road, Chesapeake, VA. 

LOCATION: From Norfolk, Va. and Elizabeth City, N.C. and 
surrounding areas take Highway 168 to Great Bridge and Cedar Read 
or Highway 17 and 104 to Cedar Road and leek for auctien signs and 
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ffor ffarmers of Virghiia Beach, Chesapeake, SaffoNi, Va. aad Seath 
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Princfss AiNw's Brttt WMtans twists in mid-air to avoid contact with Baysida's 
, fiary Itaax during tha CavaHars' samiflnai victory over Baysido. Princass Anna was 
baatia by Gox hi tha finals. Stary and mora photos on page 16 of tMs waaii's SUN. 

Desalting cost pro|ection 
triples since last summer 



The cost of des^Unizing brackish water 
at a Cape Coral, HtMida plant has turned 
out to be triple the amount projected here 
last summer. 

Figures given Virginia Beach Public 
Utilities director Aubrey Watts last 
summer after a visit to the Florida plant, 
led to projections of 42 cents to 75 cents 
per 1, 000 gallons. 

A recent visit produced additional costs 
not reported in the original estimate 
which brings the total cost to $1,428 per 
1,000 gallons of water. Originally 
reported costs amounted to 43 cents per 
1,000 gallons. 

Virginia Beach has been selected as one 
of the demonstration sites of 
desalinization by the Office of Water 
Re^arch and Technology. No decision 
has been made on the extent of 
government participation but 
expectations are that the government will 
pick up the tab for at least 90 percent and 
as much as 100 percent of the cost. 

The local plant is expected to be started 
in 1980 with completion by 1981 . 

Giles Dodd, assistant to the city 
manager for finance and research, who 
reviewed the reverse osmosis plant in 
Florida, presented the costs incurred by 
the plant. The Virginia Beach plant will 
also be a reserse osmosis plant. Dodd 



cattWlJfietl ttflf * cottparisohs~^etweeh 
plants should consider differences in 
electricity rates, sources and costs of 
blending water and the amount of total 
dissolved solids contained in the raw 
water. 

Among the costs not included with the 
original report were depreciation for plant 
and equipment, depreciation on 
membrane, administrative expenses and 
fringe benefits. 

The total cost for the year ending June 
30 was $850,849. The Virginia Plant is 
expected to have a design capacity to 
produce 2 million gallons a day. The 
Florida plant is designed -to "produce 3'/i 
million gallons a day. 

Councilman Donald Merrick, who also 
visited the plant, told council Monday 
evening at an informal session that the 
Cape Coral plant started with six wells 
and now has nine wells. He said that 
electrical substations were enclosed 
because of humidity and salt from the 
Bay. 

The Florida plant places the brine in the 
Gulf of Mexico, while the Virginia Beach 
plant expects to mix it with the effluent 
from the Hampton Road Sanitation 
District in the Chesapeake Bay. City 
Manager George Hanbury said that 
putting more salt in the Bay will actually 
help with the effluent. 



Beach could recoup Rose Hall 
expenses sooner than expected 



The City of Virginia 
Beach can expect to 
recoup its expenditure on 
the Rose Hall property 



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this week 

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Comaenttry ......... 4 

HappcnlBp 2-3 

Legri noticet 8-11 

MMafy ' 

SdiWncws 6 

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and sooner than expected. 
City Manager George L. 
Hanbury told City 
Council Monday evening. 

The purchase of the 
property -- the Francis 
Land House and 35 acres 
on which it is located off 
Virginia Beach Boulevard 
-- was the object of 
considerable controversy 
two years ago when the 
city paid $735,000 for the 
property. 

Monday evening 
Hanbury, at an informal 
meeting of council, 
announced commitments 
for the sale of five parcels 
^mlMmg approximately 
tout sn& for a total of 
$3S0.000 - $2 to $2.57 a 



square foot. 

BrlU's Antiques has 
leased the house with its 
3.5 acres and council 
Monday evening approved 
a contract award to 
Century Concrete 
Services, Inc., for 
$111,149 for site 
improvements for the 
home. The company 
presently operates an 
aittique store in Newport 
News, Under the leasing 
agreement, Brill's will 
furnish the house with 
18th (^fitury English 
antMiues md tmpi&fms 
win dress in costumes of 
the period. T^ house will 
be «^n for public tmirs 



Veget^le enthusiasts find Beach 
soil produces garden of delight 



■yPAMVANDCVEni 



Things are popping up la Virginia 
Beach. The weather is modtrating and 
recent warm rains and soil signal the start 
of another growing season, notes Randy 
Jackson, horticulturist with tM Virginia 
Beach Department of ^^iculture 
Cooperative Extension Servior.Jfow's the 
time to plan that vegetable MU'den for 
mid-March planting. 

"The early spring crops grovi^Wdl here 
in Virginia Beach," Jackson s^s, listing 
lettuce, onions, peas, radishes, beets, 
potatoes and turnips as good cool season 
crops. Dominating during the warmer 
summer months are tomatoes, peppers, 
beans and squash. 

"A good thing about the climate here is 
the fact that we have a late winter, with 
long, mild fall seasons. Tliis aOows the 
gardener to plant an additional crop of 
beans, califlower, broccoli or collards. 
They'll stay in production until a hard 
frost comes, usually somewhere around 
Nov. 20." 

Jackson says Virginia Beach is lucky - 
it has the longest growing season in the 
state. 

"Our average early frost occurs around 
March 20. In the fall, the area near the 
Chesapeake line will have a frost a month 
earlier than the north end of the beach." . 

The reason, he explains, is that frost 
moves to low areas flrst and the northern 
side is higher. Also, a canopy of trees 
tends to protect the ground from frost. 
..After the final cold spell in the spring 
the soil goes from cool to warm very 
quickly, Jackson adds. "The gardener has 
to be ready, although lots of rain makes if 
difficult to work a garden." 



Along with a long growing season go 
greater insect populations and disease 
problems, Jackson warns. 

"In a cooler area you would have one 
generation of an insect a year. Here we 
may have three or four. And warm, 
humid weather causes diseases." Some of 
the most common garden pests in this 
area are aphids, s|5ider mites, slugs and 
the squash vine borer. Mildew is the 
major disease problem. 

"The white fly is a tremendous 
problem," Jackson adds. "It's almost 
impossible to control. They reproduce so 
rapidly and they become resistent to 
insecticides. They develop new strains." 

H« stresses that gardeners should read 
labels before using chemicals on crops, 
however. "If you use the wrong chemical 
on your garden, you're eating the 
vegetables at your own risk." 

Jackson estimates that one out of three 
households in Virginia Beach has 
vegetable growing during spring and 
summer. 

"The number is increasing each year. 
Two or three years ago the back-to-nature 
thing became popular - people began 
surrounding themselves with plants 
inside. 

"I don't think it's a fad. I thing the 
present generation is very aware of our 
environment. People will always love 
plants." 

So how does the beginner go about 
planning and planting a vegetable garden? 

First, he might plan to attend one of the 
two vegetable garden classes set for 
March 6 at the Virginia Beach Recreation 
Center. 

The Virginia Beach Department of 
^ "^ ^im GARDENUM, p^i* 11 




You don't have to have a large, formal prden to grow 
v^stables, reminds Randy Jackson of the Virginia Baacb 
Dopartment of Agriculture Cooperative Extension 
Sorvico. Use your imagination on ways to grow tilings in 
smaU spaces, liite planting onions in an Hg carton, n 
Jackson shows here. The extension servicejirill offe 
dass for beginning ganieners on March 6. 



Sun commentary 



A question of right and wrong 



■yUHKeD'OmO 

VlriW« a— di 1 — tpMH 



What is moral is what you feel good after and 
what is immoral is what you feel bad after. 

-Ernest Hemingway 

Ethical questions are rarely easy to 
answer, although Hemingway offers a 
simp^lified rule of thumb. Persons 
dealing with dilemmas of right versus 
wrong usually end up in grey areas of 
complication and confusion. 

Moral questions are sticky, but as 
civilized beings, we are obliged to face 
questions of ethics when they arise. 
This brings us to Virginia Beach sports 
and an important issue. 

Midway throiigh the current 
basketball season, the then quiet 
transfer of two student-athletes, Jesse 



performance against his ex-classmates 
in last week's district tournament was 
just short of devastating, as well as 
ironic. 

Both athletes clearly command 
attention in local basketball circles, 
and it is not surprising that the 
curiosity of local observers has been 
aroused as to the manner, reasons, and 
ethics of such a mid-season shift in 
personnel. 

In Nimmo's case, he had no choice 
but to transfer if he wanted to play 
basketball. He was dismissed from 
Bayside's team after their eleventh 
game of the season. 

"He was kicked off the team after 
our Lake Taylor game for disciplinary 
reasons," says Dollar. "He was kicked 



show his ability, even in the tenth 
grade, he could have been one of the 
best players that ever played in this 
district." 

The Transfer Rule of the Virginia 
High School League Rules and 
Regulations (Section 28-6-1) states: 

"The student shall not 
have enrolled in one high 
school and subsequently 
transferred to and 
enrolled in another high 
school without a 
corresponding change in 
the residence of his 
parents, parent, or 
guardian." 

It seems that this rule is intended to 



Both athletes cleariy demand attention in local basketball circles, and it is not surprising that the 
curiosity of local observers has been aroused as to the manner, reasons, and ethics of such a mid- 
season shift in personnel. 



Nimmo and Terrell Hodges, from 
Bayside High School to Princess Anne 
High School was effected. Few people 
took notice except for those coaches, 
administrators, and individuals 
directly involved with the transfnrs. 

But, included in those few who did 
take the notice were other district 
coaches and ci(»e obaovers of Beach 
basketball. Among these individuals, 
some eyebrows were ni^ as to the 
circttmsttnces surroumiing the mid- 
year transfer of thee two above- 
average athletes. Aai there is no 
doubt that their talents are above- 
average. 

Nimmo was a starter under Bayside 
OMsAi Johnny Dollar iMifore his mid- 
soson dtsmisuri from tte toun, and he 
ranked among the dtKrict leaders in 
individual scoring When he was 
dismissed. 

Hodges, who was im a membv of 
Bayside's basketball program, has 
more than adequately ffikd the ^p in 
Princess Anne's front Uie since joining 
the team in late Janwry. and his 



off that very night." 

"I heard the next day that he was 
going to move to P.A. We heard him 
say that the reason he was going to 
P.A. was for basketball and to get 
back at Coach Dollar." 

Those motiva were reiterated by 
Nimmo himself during a telephone 
interview last week. Explaining why he 
transferred to Princess Anne, Nimmo 
stated, "I didn't like the way I was 
treat«]. I want to play for P.A., and he 
(Dollar) is going to regret making me 
leave. Terrell came back to haunt him 
and that's what I'm going to do." 

As for Hodges, it was not by choice 
that he was not a member of Bayside's 
basketball program. He was also 
released by Dollar. 

"He came out two years in a row 
and I cut him," says Dollar, "not 
becauM of his abiUty, but beoiuse he 
wouldn't do what I wuited him to do. 
He only did what he wanted to do. " 

"To me, I think he's got more abiUty 
than anybody in the CXstrict. If he had 
started to play, I mean r^ly play and 



cover situations where a student- 
athlete is forced to change schools by 
the necessity of a family relocation or 
some other type of shift in residence. 

Should an athlete be forced to shift 
his residence, this rule insures that he 
will not be deprived of the opportunity 
fo compete in athletics at his new 
school. 

But, as is the case with all explicitly 
stated rules, they can be manipulated 
and applied to situations for which 
they may not have been constructed. 

Apparently, Nimmo's transfer to 
Princess Anne did not spring from a 
change of residence, but rather his 
change of residence sprang from a 
desire to transfer to Princess Anne - a 
desire which was fueled by his 
dismissal from Bayside's team and his 
expressed interest in revenge. 

Hodges's motives seem to be akin to 
those of Nimmo. E>ollar refused to 
ke^ Hodges in the Bayside program 
without a change in attitude, and 
Hodges chose to leave rather than 
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VIKGINU BEACH SUND WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY M. 1979 

happenings 



Zodfoc Hatwdin March at 
Baaehfikumtarkim 

The Virginia Beach City Public Schools 
Planetarium public program for March will be 
"The Zodiac." During this program the origin of 
the constellations of the Zodiac is explored. The 
constellations of the Zodiac will be outlined in the 
planetarium sky as slides of the symbols for each 
constellation are projected. 

Also, slides of paintings ~ by a modem artist - 
depicting the figures of the Zodiac will be shown. 
Myths about Zk>diacal figures will be related, as 
well as general horoscope. 

Planetarium hours are Sunday, 7 to 8 p.m., 
March 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th; Tuesday, 7 to 8 
p.m., March 6th, 13th, and 27th. 

The planetarium seats 120 people and is easily 
accessible from the 44 toll road by taking the 
Lynnhaven Exit (Exit 5) to the Lynnhaven 
Parkway and turning right at the first 
street— South Lynnhaven Road— to Plaza Junior 
High School, where the planetarium is located. 

Telephone the main office at Plaza Junior High 
School, 486-1971, for reservations. Admission 
free, children under age 12 may be refused 
admission unless accompanied by a mature 
person. 



iazz Qulnf •( peiforms 
at TCC'VlrgfnIa Beach 

The Norfolk Jazz Quintet will perform at the 
Virginia Beach campus of Tidewater Community 
College March 6 in Room B-lOO at 12:30 p.m. The 
musical group's appearance is a presentation of 
Young Audiences, in conjunction with the TCC 
Student Government Association. 



'TlowarBwHhaFlalr" 
^8 garden council program^^,^ 

The Council of Garden Clubs of Virginia Beach 
will sponsor "Flowers with a Flair", a special 
program on flower arranging, by guest lecturer 
Mrs. Beth Hemingway on Wednesday, March 7 at 
10:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall of King's Grant 
Presbyterian Church. 

Mrs. Hemingway is the author of four books on 
flower arranging. She is a nationally accredited 
flower show judge and has given lectures in several 
states, Canada and Australia. In addition, she has 
appeared on television in the Richmond area for 
debt years f^dmaonatiatmg flow«r arranging- and- 
horticulture. 



This special program is open to the public, and 
tickets are available at the door for $1 .50. 



Beach Frienda of Muak plan 
trip to Waahlngton 

The Virginia Beach Friends of Music have 
reserved a block of tickets for the April 6 recital by 
Lizar Berman in Washington's Kennedy Center 
Concert Hall. To members and former concert 
subscribers on a first-come, first-served basis the 
Friends of Music offer a short week-end in 
Washington package which will include round trip 
bus transportation, hotel accommodations for one 
night at special group rates, and ticket (orchestra 
section) to the Lazar Berman recital. Deadline for 
reservations is March 7. Call H.E. Jones, 464- 
5086 or 481-4158 for information. 



Contact Tidewater offera 
aprtng training 

\ Contact Tidewater, a nationally affiliated crisis 
intervention and referral service, is now seeking 
|-espon$ible caring volunteers for the spring 
graining class which begins at 7:30 p.m. on 
!ruesday, March 6 at United Methodist Church, 
pSth and Pacific Ave., Virginia Beach. 
I The course will include teaching series, "The 
Principles of Counseling"; comprehensive group 
^ions to define and sharpen listening skills; 
{ectures by psychiatrists, psychologists, and 
pastoral counselors concerning specific 
[•problem" areas. For further information call 
128-2211. 



Children may algn up for trip 
io fire atatlon 

I The Oceanfront branch of the Virginia Beach 
public Library System will pr^ent a special 
program for children ages five and up on 
Wednesday, March 21, at 4 p.m. The program will 
ijivolve a trip to the Virginia Beach Fire Station on 
irctic Avenue. Children will meet at the library 
and go as a group to the fire station for a program 
(|n fire safety and fire fighting. 
■ Registration is require as the program is 
dmited to 30 childroi. R^stration begins on 
Thursday, March 1, and must be done in person at 
die Oceanfront Branch Library at 181 1 Arctic 
ifvenue. For furtho' details contact Ellen Burns or 
$ale Thrift at 428-4113. 




roekHhroll for heatt hind 

American Hrart Association benefiu from the 
ntxat rock-n-roU jamboree total $1467. Patients 
and residents of the Camelot Hall Nursing Home, 
Virginia Beach, joined with other homes 
throughout the United States on Valmtines Day to 
raiK the needed dollars to combat heart disease. 

Residenu rocked in rocking diairs and rolled in. 
wheelchairs; others walked a marked distance as 
part of the fund raising drive. Hie Seagull 4H 
Qub of Virginia Beach and Foxwood 4H of 
Chesapeake sold raffle tickets and sollduted 
donations. 

The residents council spmsorcd a raffle of a 
handmade quilt. Blood pressures were diecked 
during an open house from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 
under the direction of Eileen Evaision, public 
health nurse. Entertainmoit was available for 
residents and visitors. Rock-n-roiling was to the 
music of the Tidewater S«iior Citizens Band, and 
all-coin amusements donatimi of a jukebo:x. 



Beginning ballet 



Far a nMitii cMldran at Mwitessori CMMrMi's NMise iMmiMl abwrt tto Mstor^ 
billat pMitiom. m stilly cNimxad wHh tN BuixlifiaM Bdlat co«^ 
MidiaiwM nCa 

Hm dyMran ww« ddigMMl to Nave profassional AMWtn eoM to pMfMn Jutt far Umm. htwptnOiig a varitty tf 
pantoaiM, Jan, and baNat, RhiM- BwtMiaM bwhiiM tba cMMran in tha show. Tha friandly dancnn brai«M ant thn 
aagar wiMnpost af tha yowig ehildran and niany ara naw draaniing nf tha day tiity wM ba a prafwsi^ 

Pktarad hara, Scatty IHvtorkk, Martiia Cox and Andraw Para lain tto BNTchfiald Bal^ 
ara Cannnio MannOnoo, Maior Burchfiald, Cari Balfc and Nancy PhNHps. 



Goodwill Industries plans maiorials drives In March 






Goodwill Industries of 
Tidewater, Inc., with 
stores located in Norfolk, 
Portsmouth and Suffolk, 
will hold two materials 
drives during the month of 
March. The first will be at 
Military Circle Shopping 
Center on Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. A Goodwill 
Truck will be parked next 
to the Bank of Virginia 
Building facing Military 
Highway. 

A second drivie will be 
held March 24 at Tower 
Mall Shopping Center in 
Portsmouth. A truck also 
will be parked and 
manned in the parking lot. 
The time for the Tower 



Mall Drive will be 10 a.m. 
to 4 p.m. 

Dan Mijler, Community 

Resources Director for 

Goodwill, reports that 

clothing material is in very 

short supply at all stores. 

Goodwill Industries uses 

the clothing for re-sale 

and for ii^dustrial use. 

Proceeds received from 

sale of clothing goes back 

into support of Goodwill 

Industries, a center to help 

train the handicapped 

become a valuable asset to 

soc i ety:- ^^ " — -^ — 



stages of being thrown put them to good use. If 
away. Goodwill Industries you have any questions, 
can use these items and phone 627-7733. 



Time for 
termites 

The Virginia Beach 
Department of 

Agriculture / Cooperative 
Extension Services advises 
citizens that March, and 
April are months >hen 
termites will usually 
swarm. There is often 
some question aS to 
whether an insect found in 
a house is a termite or an 
ant. 

Termites have two pair 
of equal-Iengthed, long 
wings and a stout body. 
Ants have unequal- 
lengthed wings and a body 
with a distinct waist. 



MAMirrLACE 

The cludfied lectkm of your 
hometown newiiMqier b 
esienUaUy the bulletin board and 
market i^aoe of the community. 
It locates the iiMaested customer 
as no other advotisina can do. 
TUi U becauK the customen tai 
your neighborhood tivn to the 
classified paies and search out 
the advcrtiscmcm for what he or 
her wants to buy. 



WHAT'S 

GREAT 

AFTER 

CHURCH? 

BAGELWORKS 

608 First Colonial Rd 
428 1400 



Bring any clothing or 
materials that you have 
stored in your attic, closet 
or possibly in the planning 



In Windsor Woods... 
Plaza...Green Run 



THE CATNOUC PARISH 
OFTHEHOLYSPHHT 



Masses: - — — 

7 p.111. Sat., 9:30 & 11 a.iii. Sun. 

Telephone 4S8-3600 



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Wf diKay, FebrMiy U, 1919 
SM Year, No. 9 

PibHshed every WcdMSday by Bytriy PablkalkMs with the 
BHi. office located at 131 SoaemoM Bead, Vli«iiia Bcack, 
Viigbria 23492. 

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Two Yarn -S12.ta 



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Bayside Motors 

4747 Short Drive 4644563 
Charles C. Hale, Sr. and Staff 

Plasser American 

ManagwMiit and Panonnei 

Naynes Furniture Company 

5324 Virgiiiia Btach Boulavard 
Funiitwt-Boddiiig-Cariwting 

Rosewood Memorial Park 

631 WMchdHck Road 497-8925 
CCKirlipatrfek 

Engineering Media, Inc. 

606 R. Liberty street 
Ckarlas Nackwerth and Staff 

Chariie's Seafood Restaurant 

3139 Shore Drive 491-9863 
Mary E. Rokpolz and Empleyeos 

Kellam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

3111 Pacifte Avomo 428-9161 

Overton's Market 

1419 NlMloxtir Stroot 545-9496 
Tha Ovartom aiid Eii^^aos 

INiH-End Carpet Shop 

4740 Vkfinia Boach Hvd. 497-4854 
Taylor i. Can- and Employaos 

Furniture Showrooms 

828 LUtHa Crook Road 

2981 S mn tar y H i ghw ay 

saiMy BoiM aNfl Enployoes 

Andy's Phmibing and Heating 

1003 Canal Orlvo 485-5000 
Stito-aoi latofod Mm mi OU Work 

l^ii|»vllie Pharmacy 

5218 Mmom Amo Itoarf 497-3516 

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God Bless You 



I tMk in prayerful worde, dear friend, 
My heart't true wlah to aend you, 

Thet you may fcnew that, far or neer, 
My.ioving thoi||[Mo ettend you. 

I cennol fhMl a truer word, 
Nor hotter to eddreee you, 

Nor eonf> nor poem heve I hoard 
ie eweeter then Qod Meee yen! 

Ood Meee youl So f ve wiehed you ell 

Of hfli^rineeeMe peeeoeeee; 
For cen ttere any Joy at an 



And eo, "thrai«h ell thy deye 



Then ert thou aefe forevw. 



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WilHsFumituivatHflltop 

1712 UsUiRoei 428-5951 
LN. lanit aa4 Staff 

Price's Incorporated 

4580 NaAreko Mai 622-3706 

Smith Sales and Service 

480 iatUtfioM Blvd., N. 547-2929 
fhieed Serith aed laployoes 

Home Federal Savings 
and Uan ASSN. 

1635 LaskiR Road 4264)327 

Todd Electric Company 

nonry aee mosos looe aae Staff 

Preston's Pharmacy 

1401 Nindaxtor Straot 545-7337 



Chesapeake Savings and Loan 

Frarii N. Wood and Aasodalee 

Southern States 
Chesapeake Assn., bic. 

1784 S. MRHary HHway 420-1841 

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J.D. Miles and Sons, Inc. 

I J. Mtoi, Jr. lad Asiociitea 

KeHam and Eaton bic. 
MhVng Supplies 



W4."Mlly"Miodes 

1231Uanlitoenea,ehNapeal 
429^88,424^29 



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-Virginia Beach' 
happenings 

SwNtey •yidng Lmitmi servfcM 

The Rev: Richard O. Bridgford, Director 
Norfolk Urban Outreach Ministry, wil) be the first 
of the Sunday evening Lenten guest preachers at 
Saint Francis Episcopal Church March 4, 7:30 
p.m., 509 South Rosemont Road. The community 
is invited to attend. 

Vocal •iiMmM pefforms al 
OpwiDoorChaiiel 

The Sounds of Liberty from Liberty Bible 
College in Pensacola, Florida, will present a 
concert at the Open Door Chapel on Wednesday, 
Feb. 28, at 7:30 p.m. The program is free. The 
public is invited. 

'j 

Chureh^M spontor mlBshn Btudy 

^ Memorial, Alersgate, St. Paul's, and Oaklette 
United Methodist Churches will jointly sponsor a 
mission study on China. Meeting dates are 
Sunday, March II and 18, 7 p.m. at Memorial 
United Methodist Church, 804 Gammon Road, 
Virginia Beach. 

The resource person will be Dr. Thomas W. 
Burkman, assistaitt jn-ofessor of history at Old 
Dominion Univo^ity. Dr. Burkman served a 
special appointment in Japan from 1965-1968 
during which time he taught at Kwansei Oakuin 
University. Since 1976 he has taught courses in 
Chinese and Japanese history and East Asian 
civilization. In 1977 he was chairman of the 
"China Today" forunl at O.D.U. 

The mission study will include teaching, 
discussion, and film. The public is welcome, tlie 
topic for March II is "China and the World," 
and the topic for March 18 is "China and Christ." 

CeremoAjf sef for Sunday at 
Foundry UnHad Mathodht 

Groundbreaking ceremonies for Foundry 
United Methodist Church, 2801 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, Virginia Beach, will be a part of the 1 1 
o'clock Sunday service on March 4. 



Sons of Italy, Roma Lodge #254 will have a 
Disco I^uice on Saturday, March 3, at 9 p.m. 
Members and guests can buy tickets at door. 
Admission $3 per person. 



¥nva» ' ^b aata lunehaon 

TTie Amphibious Officers' Wives' Qub will 
hold a luiKheon and fashion show on March 14 at 
the Little Creek Officers club, with cocktails at 1 1 
a.m. and lunch at 11:45. Fashions will be 
presented by JJ's. All reservations most be made 
through Key Callers by March 9. 



VagaUMa gatdan daaaaa 
daalgnad for baglnnara 

The Virginia Beach Department of 
Apiculture/Cooperative Extension Service will 
conduct two Vegetable Garden Classes on 
Tuesday, March 6. Classes will be hdd from 9:30 
a.m. - 12 noon and 7 - 9:30 p.m. at the Virginia 
Beach Recreation Center.. 

The classes are specifically designed for the 
first-time gardoier. Topics will include planning, 
recommending varieties, planting, and pest 
control. 

A $1 pre-registration fee is required. To register 
or for more information, contact the Department 
of Agriculture/Cooperative Extension Services at 
427-4611. 



Htstory 
students 
recognized 
by DAR 

The three Virginia 
Beach chapters of the 
Daughters of the 
American Revolution 
have recognized six 
Virginia Beach senior high 
students for their 
academic excellence in 
American history. 
Representatives of the 
Adam Thoroughgood, 
Lynnhaven Parish and 
Princess Anne County 
chapters of the DAR 
awarded DAR Medals for 
Excellence to the students, 
who represent each of the 
city's six senior high 
schools. 

Receiving the DAR 
awards Feb. 14 were 
David Compton of Cox, 
David Jctt of First 
Colonial, Sandra E. 
Wilson of Bayside, 
Raymond W. Etter of 
Princess Anne, Nancy 
Dale Rosenberg of 
Kellam, and Elizabeth 
Gibbings of Kempsville. 

Making the medal 
presentations were Mrs. ' 
Richard S. Baird, Adam 
Thoroughgood chapter, 
Mrs. , Joseph Brand, 
Lynnhaven Parish 
chapter, and Mrs. James 
S. Oakley, Princess Anne 
County chapter-. Each 
served as chairman of 
their/ chapter's American 




R«c«ivliig DAR Medals of Excellence In Amerieaii History were senior liigh stadents 
(front row, I to r) Nancy Oalo Rosenberg, Kdiam, Sandra L Wilson, Boyslde, Elizabeth 
GibUngs, KompsvHIe, and (back row), Raymond W, Ettor, PrincoM Anne, David 
Compton, Cox, and David Jett, First Colonial. 



History Month 

committee. 

Each of the medal 
winners becomes eligible 
to apply for DAR 
scholarships which are 
available to students 
pursuing American 
history as a course of 
college study. 

Since 1956, the 
Daughters of the 



American Revolution 
have annually sponsored 
February as American 
History Month. On Feb. 
1,* Mayor Patrick L. 
Standing issued a 
proclamation declaring 
February as American 
History Month in Virginia 
<* Beach and urged all 
citizens to seek a deeper 
understanding and 



appreciation of the history 
of our country. 

The local DAR chapters 
also sponsor essay 
contests in February for 
5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th 
grade students. Tim 
McConville, an 8th grade 
student at Independence 
Junior High, was declared 
the Virginia Beach DAR 
essay contest winner. 



Things to do this weeli in Virginia Beach 



Special events 



Dance 



Phyllis Dillcr. Appearing 8:30 and 1 1 p.m. Wednesday through 
Saturday at the White Heron, 1284 yiskin .^(»4. .VjrgioUt Beach. 
f ickeu: $1 1 .30. Detaik at 428-81 1 1 . 



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Family Folk Dance. Dance instruction 7:30 p.m. the second and 
fourth Friday of each month at the Virginia Beach Recreation Center-r- 
8^0 MonmauUi'. Lane. Oermui, ItHwian, Yusotlkvian and other 
internatiohai folk dances taught by Janet Litchfleld. Free, petails at 
499-1281. 



Cdikt Yo-Yo ftb. In tedtal 8:30 p.m. Ftiday at the Virginia Beach 
Recreation Center, 800 Monmouth Lane. Tickets: 53; advance sales 
only at 428-4901. > 



Theatre 



IntematJonal Folk Dancing Club. Dances from European and 
Mediterranean countries, featuring Balkan and Israeli dances, 
presented Fridays (7:30 to 9 p.m. for beginners and 9 to 1 1 p.m. for 
advanced) at the United Methodist Church, 19th Street and Paciflc 
Avenue, Virginia Beach. Donations. Details at 428-6900 or 486-7349. 



"OUvcri" Musical version of the Charles Dickens classic "Oliver 
Twist" presented at the Little Theater of Virginia Beach, 24th Street 
and Barberton Drive. Performances: 8:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. 
Hckets: S4.23 adulu and S2.S0 for students. Details and reservations 
at 428-9323. Show ends Saturday. 

"Cabia la ibc Sky." Musical comedy by Lyn Root at the Tidewater 
Dinner Theater, 4270 Northampton Blvd., Norfolk. Hours: Tuesday 
through Friday— cocktails at 6 p.m., dinner at 7, show at 8:20. 
Sattu-day— cocktails at 4:30 p.m., dinner at 3, curuin at 6:13 (early 
show); cocktails at 8:43, dinner at 9, curtain at 10:13 (late show). 
Sunday— cocktails at 4:30 p.m., dinner at 3, curtain at 6:13. Tickets: 
$13.90 Tuesday through Thursday, S13.73 Friday through Sunday; 
group rates available. Details at 461-2933. Continuing through March 
II. 



Art 



VIRGINIA BBACH SUNDWEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 2». 1979 3 

Art show f eatares worits 

i 

of Virginia Beacii youtii 



Entries are now being accepted at all branches of the 
Virginia Beach Public Library for display in the annual 
Youth Art Show presented by the library system and the 
Department of Parks and Recreation. Official entry 
forms and complete rules are available at all branch 
libraries and through the Parks and Recreation 
Department. 

The art show is limited to Virginia Beach residents 
only between the ages of Ave and 14. Deadline for 
entries is 9 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, 1979. Entries 
may be submitted at any branch library. 

All entries will be on display in Pembroke Mall from 
Monday, March 26 through Saturday, March 31. All 
entries will receive ribbons of participation and special 
recognition ribbons will be awarded to several entries 
when selected by the judges by 6 p.m. Wednesday, 
March 28. 

Entries are limited to one per child and must be two- 
dimensional art work only. The maximum size for 
completed work, framing 'and mounting included, is 
12" X 18". No frames or glass are permitted, however 
all art work must be mounted on firm paper or material. 

All entries must have a completed entry form 
attached to the back of the entry. Entries will be 
returned to the library where submitted originally for 
pick-up beginning Wednesday, April 4. 

Further questions on the art show should be 
addressed to Ellen Burns with the library at 428-41 13 or 
Judy Haddock with Parks and Recreation at 467-4884. 



Beacii iibraries present 
weeiiiy f iims for itids 

Weekly film programs for children ages four and up 
are held each Saturday at 1 1 a.m. at the Oceanfront and 
Windsor Woods Branches of the Virginia Beach Public 
Library System. There is no charge or registration for 
these programs which last approximately 30 to 45 
minutes. 

Movies to be shown in March are: 
Oceanfront Branch Library^,. ^ '.' ^- . ,. !.„. 

March 3 - Harold and the Purple Crayon, For Pete's 
Sake, Dragon's Tears, Caterpillars and Wild Animal^; 

March 10 - Smokey the Bear; 

March 17 - Mole in the Zoo, Bedtime Worries, 
Madeline and the Gypsies; 

March 24 - Charlies Needs a Cloak, Drummerhoff, 
Puss in Boots, Where the Wild Things Are; 
— March 31 - Nose to the Wind, Crack in the Pavement, 
"Giants Come in Different Sizes, Mole and the 
Telephone. 
WMaor Woods BcMch library: 

March 3 - Adventures Of GandrfheSquhrel, Torxt 
Thumb, Hank the Cave Peanut; 

March 10 - The Great Silence, The Cat in the Hat; 

March 17 - Rumpelstiltskin, The Haunted Mill, 
Peewee Had a Little Ape; 

March 24 - Spring Come to a Pond, A Lad in the 
Lamp, The Ant and the Grasshopper; 

March 31 -Grizzly. 



Slate Proof Show. Exhibit opens Saturday at the Virginia Beach 
Arts Center, 1711 Arctic Ave. Details at 428-9294. Continuing 
through April I . 

Works by Wayne Fulcher. Exhibit of watercolors, oils and acrylics 
of the Outer Banks on view at the Harold Decker Pinewood Square 
Gallery, 304 Pinewood Road, Virginia Beach. Hours: 10 a.m. to 3 
p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Continuing through March 6. 



TIDEWATER'S MOST 
UN-USUAL STORE 

2 0,000 It^ms discounted dally 



At the movies 



Conaumar aaalatanea center 
eancalad until furthar notica 

The Virginia Beach Consumer Assistance 
Center scheduled for the first Saturday of each 
month at the Pembroke Mall will not be in 
(q)eration until furthn notice due to lack of 
pCTSonnel. 

If you need consumer information or 
assistance, citizens are urged to contact the 
Virginia Beach Consumer Assistance Division at 
427-4421. 



Bayne, 16th Street and Adaatlc Avenue. "Hardcore" (R). 

Beach, 25th Street and Atlantic Avenue. "Ice Castles" (PC). 

Hilltop, First Colonial Road. "The Great Train Robbery" (PG), 
"Superman" (PG). 

The Movies, Pembroke Meadows Shopping Center. "Halloween" 
(R), "An Unmarried Woman" (R). 

Pembroke, Pembroke Mall. "The North Avenue Irregulars" (G), 
"Same Time Next Year" (PG). 



4801Slior«Dr. 
BAYSWE SNOPPNM CENTER 

IONCM.OCHMUTN 



464-0151 



Unkhom Park entrance dedicated 



City Councilman Buddy 
Riggs, was the guest 
speaker at the Feb. lOth 
dedkation of the newly 
constructed entrance to 
Linkhom Park. He was 
introduced by Mrs. 
Norton J. Ashman, 
presidmt of the Linkhom 
Park Gardoi Club, who 
dedicated the entrant in 
memory of Mrs. James U. 
^ Goode, first president of 
the dub. 

The entnuice, located at 
' the awiwr of Holly Road 
and Linkhom Drive, is a 
community project built 
by the Linkhom Park 
Gwden Dub with the Mp 
of fwty-nine rwidents of 
.Unkhom Park. Plantings 
were all donated and 
(rianted by (M> mmben 
undM- the direction of 
Mrs. S.S. Howard, 
boiutifiaition chairman. 








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Wa WKLCOMI NIWB ... 



EXTSACASH 

It's so «uy. . .advertise the 
things ^Mi no kffiger need in the 
dassified ocdMmns of yaia 
iMMnetown newspaper. In 
practicany no time at all, people 
io your iwighborhood will know 
wlMt y(w have to sell. You're on 
tte road to extra cash. . . 
somriwdy iriU read yarn ad and 
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Employers question 
niring standards 

Affirmative Action programs aimed at 
i icreasing the proportion of women and 
r linorities getting jobs and promotions or 
e itering colleges have been hard to square with 
t »e principle of non-discrimination set forth in 
t »e Civil Rights Act of 1964. The apparent 
c )ntradiction has inspired the Bakke case and 
hers like it, leaving the courts to decide 
whether or not white males are in fact 
b jcoming victims of " reverse discrimination ' ' . 

I Now, a suit against the government by 
ars. Roebuck and Co. has entered this legal 
tljicket from another direction. Sears is 
ajguing, on behalf of itself and other retailers, 
tl|at the government has no right to penalize 
eijiployers for not meeting preferential hiring 
standards when the government itself has 
cipated conditions in the work force making it 
difficult if not impossible for the standards to 
bamct. 

JThe suit cities laws and programs that range 
frim the GI Bill of Rights, which has given 
gci'ernment help for a college education to far 
m^re men than women, to the recent raising of 
th* mandatory retirement age to 70, which is 
relucing the number of job openings for 
wdmen and minorities. The lengthy and 
coinplex Sears complaint paints a picture of 
federal agencies working at cross purposes, 
w|Ph employers caught in the middle. 

Sears, Roebuck andpCo. has stuck its neck 
oil as the plaintiff in a class action suit that 

- c<|ild be misinterpreted as resistance to the 
ai|i of equal opportunity programs. As Sears 
ch|irman Edward R. Telling emphasized in 
anfiouncing the suit, his company has no 
ap&logies to make for its hiring policies. 

fhe purpose, he says, is to cut through 
"ill possible conflicting regulations" and to 
foije "a clarification of irreconcilables" In 

"tecf;ral policy. The quarrel, then, is not with 
wolien and minorities who may deserve better 
jolis than they can find. It is with a* 
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Letters 



Discrimination in our elementary sdioois? 

There is, in my opinion, a situation in the public 
elementary schools that needs to be brought to more 
attention and changed. That is the policy set by the 
Physical Education Department of the School Board 
that excludes most pfthetjest young gymnasts in town 
from representing their home schools in the annual 
Intramural Gymnastic Competition. 

This may seem a trivial matter to almost everyone 
except the boys and girls involved - and there are scores 
of those with,no one to speak for thMn. 

A recent call to the Physical Edication Department 
produced the answer that it is "city- wide" policy that 
those gymnasts who have EVER competed in "private" 
meets not be eligible for school teams. Well, depending 
on whom we are talking about,' that may or may not be 
ifuer 

For the past three years, high §chool and junior high 
age students who were competing with AAU teams were 
npt^uppQSSiUflJOmoeteJpf.ftiQir schools at all. Some 
ignored this rule. Tjtj^ y^ {l§ fules wer(?jcJiaog,ed ftij[^ 
those students in grades 7 through 12 to allow all 



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emi)loyers with too much responsiblity to help 
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Yesterday^s Sun: 

March 13, 1969 

New airport venture falls by wayside 

Another attempt at constructing a general aviation 
airport for Virginia Beach fell by the wayside Monday 
at City Council meeting. Council denied the application 
of C.H. Byler and Virginia Beach Aviation Sales Ltd. 
for rezoning of land near Larkspur on Holland Road 
and use permits for the airport and related aviation 
facilities. 

Byler's application had been recommended for denial 
by the City Planning Commission on the basis that it 
was improperly drawn. Byler does not own all of the 
land on which he had asked the rezoning, but he told 
Council he thought he had the permission of the owner, 
W.W. Reasor, to include that portion of the land. 
Reasor said he did not. 

Bid includes Improvement 

Reconstruction^ of Kings Grant Elementary School 
should begin soon with the building ready for 
occupancy in September after a bid of $700,800 was 
accepted by the School Board for the work. ... 

The school was heavily damaged by fire on Dec. 17. 
Included in the bid was the demolition of the old 
building to the concrete slab. Only the cafetorium was 
salvabie because of structural damage to classrooms due 
to intense heat. 

Permits lag behind last year 

Building permits issued in Virginia Beach in theTirst 
two months of 1969 are lagging about $1.3 million 
behind the pace set a year ago in the same two months. 



qualified gymnasts to compete. Some will undoubtedly 
go on the state meets. But the rules for first through 
sixth grades remain unchanged! WHY? These kids have 
school spirit too. 

Before I go any further, let me add that I do NOT 
advocate trained gymnasts competing against those just 
starting out or who do it for fun, even though they do in ' 
the upper grades. 1 would like to see these boys and girls 
entered in a separate category. The students are 
categorized in several ways already, and this would not 
increase the number on each team as there must be a 
limit. 

Will those of you who feel the same, please join me 
and write to the Board of Education to get this 
discjiminatory policy changed now? 



Mrs. William M. 
London Bridge 
Virginia Beach 



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Council members are playing 
Santa, resident says 

Editor, Virginia Beach Sun: 

Yes Virginia B. there is a Santa Claus. Come next 
Christmas he'll be bringing presents to all the good little 
boys and girls. But there's another Santa. A Santa that 
delivers presents several times each year. This Santa is 
really not one person, but six members of your very own 
city council. The presents these Santas deliver are the 
approval of rezoning requests made by all the good 
developers in our fair city. 

For those unfortunates who have missed the 
opportunity to observe these generous members of our 
council in action— and you really did miss out If you 
didn't attend the Feb. 12 meeting of city council— and 
for those doubting Thomases, there always seem to be a 
few, may I recommend that you attend the next city 
council meeting which addresses one or more significant 
rezoning requests. There you will be able to see for 
yourself the wonderfully generous spirit exhibited by 
our six city Saintas. Of course if you must be picky and 
prefer an Alice in Wonderland experience then attend a 
City Planning Commission meeting when it considers, 
and of course recommends to Council the approval of, 
rezoning requests made by our city's developers. 

Yes Virginia B. there really is a Santa, and Santas, 
and within all too few yean our city Santas and their 
little helpers will probably have succeeded in making 
our city one of the more congmed and poorly planned 
metropolitan areas on the East Coast, lihat is they will 
have if the people k^p re-el«;ting those council 
members who wish to play Santa to our local 
developers. 

BobOliva 
Suffolk Lane 
Virginia Beach 



Change is coming In 1980, reader 
predicts 

Editor, Virginia Beach Sun: 

On August 5, 1977, in the Virginia Beach Beacon, the 
following quotation appeared: City Council has been 
getting the reputation of being a "developer council," 
according to Kempsville Borough Councilman J. Henry 
McCoy Jr.." 

Six Virginia Beach councilmen have reinforced any 
doubts the people might have as to the validity of that 
1977 statement. At the Feb. 12, 1979 council meeting 
two major re-zoning petitions were approved on a 6 to 5 
vote. The approval of these re-zonings could only be 
interpreted as confirmation a developers council still 
exists in Virginia Beach. 

Before making the motion for approval, one 
councilman lectured the standing room only crowd on 
the virtues of aeoeptiagrohange. That councilnian's, 
memory is short. A big chslige'ciUTie.jn'the i^?g 
eoiine«filfnl#U!«:tldh.-* The p<opW'#'ke by placing 
"three iiewinembers or council on alto t^ote. Those" 
three new members cast their votes against the Feb. 12 
re-zoning petitions. 

Yes, change is coming. In fact it is due to arrive about 
May 1980. The people will not only accept it but are 
going to work diligently for it. That change being a 
turnover of the infamous Virginia Beach Developers 
Council to the Virginia Beach Peoples Council. 

Martha P. Kessler 
Prince Andrew Lane 
Virginia Beach 

ERA proponents oppose advisory 
referendum 

Editor, Virginia Beach Sun: 

It is interesting that proponents of the Equal Rights 
Amendment opposed a statewide advisory referendum 
on this subject. My bill, which was designed to give the 
people of Virginia an opportunity to express their views 
on the ERA, was relegated to the House Privileges and 
Elections Committee. This was the same committee that 
the ERA proponents have been criticizing for kequng a 
vote on the BRA from the full House of Delegates. At 
the same time, the backers of the ERA are denying the 
people an opportunity to vote. 

Why are the proponoits of the ERA so fearful of an 
advisory referendum? They contend that the 
referendum is a "delaying tactic." I introduced a bill 
last year to hold an advisory referendum in 1978, and 
my original bill this year was for an advisory 
referendum in Novembo- of 1979. How does this 
constitute a "delaj^ng tactic"? 

Even if the referendum were held in 1980, there would 
be nothing to stop the l^slature from voting on the 
ERA in the next session. You can be sure that the ERA 
proponents will bring the matter up at every l^islative 
session and will keep extending the deadline for 
ratification as long as they are able to do so. If there is 
any delajdng tactic invoh^ in the ERA, it is the unfair 
extension of the time limit for ratification without a 
clear permission for states to rescind. 

The real reason for opp<»ition to an advisory 
referendum is the belief that the voters would 
overwhelmingly disai^ove the ERA. Whaww voto^ 
have had the opportunity to expre^ their opinion, they 
have miKle this opp<»ition clear. ERA proponents have 
cited "polls" that indicate dtizm approval of the ERA, 
yet Bella Abzug has warn^ her fdlowers a^biti the 
referendum. Obviously, brovl support for the ERA is 
lacking. The longer this ieue drags on. the more reasons 
the people will find for opposing the Equal Rights 
Amendment. 

Robert L. Th(ri>ym, Menbi»' 
Virginia HouM of Del^ites 
11121 Pope's Head Road 
Fairfax, Va. 



The social security taxes the averi^e person will pay 
10 years from now will not constitute as large a 
proportion of wages as most people may think. 

When discussing the 1979 incroue in social security 
taxes and future increases scheduled in the law. many 
people forget that the increased taxes they may expect to 
pay assumes that their eaminp will also rise. 

In order for your taxes to double over the next 10 
years; as some iwws accounts have indicated, your 
wages would also need to double during this period. 

The amount of social security tax a person pays is 
related to the amount of annual earnings he or she 
makes. 

Because the amount of annual wages subject to the 
social security tax was increased beyoiul the levels it wu 
automatically scheduled to reach under prior law. the 
greatest tix mcreases will be paid by hi^er income 
earners. 

The way to get a realistic picture of your future taxes 
is to look at increases in the tax rate. This states your 
social security tax as a perctnUtgc of your earning. 

In 10 years, under present law, the average person can 
expect to be paying about 1.S2 percent more in social 
security taxes than the 6.05 percent that he was paying 
in 1978. 

The 1979 increase amounted to about five dollars for 
the year, or 10 cents a week for the worker making 
$6,032 during 1979, based on the Federal statutoiy 
minimum wage. For a worker earning median wages - 
estimated to be about SI 1.300 during 1979 - the social 
security tax will increase by nine dollars, dr about 16 
cents a week. ' 

If you are making the maximum wage subject to 
social security tax, your tax will increase by about $333 
for the year. This is because the amount of annual 
wages subject to the social security tax increases from 
$17,700 in 1978 to $22,900 for 1979. That means a 
bigger tax increa.se for people who are making above the 
old wage base of $ 1 7,700. 

Only about 15 percent of workers will see an increase 
in taxes as a result of the specified increases in the wage 
base over the next 10 years. The other 85 percent will see 
increases in their taxes based on increases in the tax rate 
or in the amount of wag« they make. For these 
workers, social security taxes as a proportion of their, ^ 
wages will not change much. 

People who feel that their sodal security taxes «re too 
high should remember that they are paying for a lot 
more than retirement benefits. They are also paying fbr 
survjvor$.^j)4^isability protection for themselves and 
their faitfljib Medicare in old age. andlfc^r MOD|e 
receivlnPMWiity benefits for two'ye^rs or more, and 
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Community Mud §o€U$f¥lf at TCC 

March is National Socul Work Month. It is the time 
that the profession has selected each year to honor its 
members and to illustrate the importance of social work 
to the health of families, communities, and nations. 

Tidewater Commimity College (TCQ joins in the 
community and national effort to underscore the 
importance of community and social service by 
including in its program the Associate in Applied 
Science degree in Community and Social S»vice. Bach 
campus and the Norfolk Skills Cmto' offers courses in 
this curriculum. 

For example, the Ches^>eake Campus has 39 stuttaits 
in the Commu^ty and Social Service curriculum. The 
course of study is a six-quarter (two year) prc^nun that 
has as its objective: (I) to briof aboitt a basic 
understanding of peoi^e's needs and the cmnmunity's 
impact on these needs, (2) to pttput Oe student to 
utilize knowledge and sUUs hi a maniwr that will 
enhance the quality of service delivery in the 
community. (3) tojKepare tl» student to function 
efficiently at job oitry levd in varied «»nmimity service 
positions, and (4) to prqiare the stud^ for continued 
education at a four-year c<^^ <» imi^w^ 

The community and Sodal Service curriculom is 
deugned to meet an ever-grcnHng demand for trained 
personnd to serve as tedi^ians to social service and 
and welfare profssionals. The Mdal i^vice tec^mdui 
would ptfform sunxMtive ftin^iims vaOet tfie direction 
of the prof«sionals in vv^ksm j^Uic lervioH, social 
service and welfare abides. 

Employment pp|»rtiuities in this field and 
curriculum would indude ageodes such as: hos|Mtak, 
welfare departmenu, mental hcakh clinics, mental 
retardation a^ndes, United Way ^ndes. Traveler's 
Aid Sod^ln. child and family wdfare agoKies. child 
care agencies, rehabiliuticm agendes, probation 
departments, senior ^t«rt, dty social service 
departmenu. reqHte are afncks, nwstaig hosies. ami 
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The taking' issue looms 
as major concern of future 




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With the coming of age of the environmental 
movement, as exemplified by the recent high interest in 
coastal management legislation, the issue of "taking" 
private property for public use has assumed new 
proportions. 

The Fifth Amendment to the Constitution makes it 
clear that private property cannot be taken for public 
use without just compensation. However, the 
interpretation of what constitutes "taking" and what 
constitutes jut compensation presents the difficulty. It is 
a clear situation when land is condemned and title 
transferred in order to build a public highway or add on 
to the national park system. However, if the law teUs a 
person that his two miles of coastline property must 
remain in their natural state or can only be used subject 
to certain restrictions, the issue becomes less clear. Take 
for example a hypothetical case in which a developer 
had planned to build a carefully designed oceanfront 
community that would meet both environmental and 
economic needs according to his planners. If denied that 
particular use, hasn't his land been "taken" even 
though he may retain title to it? Wouldn't he then be 
entitlei^ to just compensation? 

Since 1926, it has been accepted by courts and the 
public generally that zoning is a proper exercise of the 
government's authority to impose restriction on private 
property for the public health, safety, and welfare, but 
not so heavy a restriction as to deprive the land of all 
possible good use. A matter of interpretation again. 
What is good use? 
There is a view now being espoused that our 

—tfaditbnal concept of land ownership must change 

that every land owner is not automatically entitled to a 
profit by virtue of his investment, and that the benefits 
of the land belong not to just one individual but to all of 



Liles elected to bank boaiil 

J.R. Liles was recently 
elected to the Board of 
Dire«6"rs Of Untied 

National. 

Liles, executive vice 
president and director of 
Tidewater Construction 
Corporation and resident 
of Virginia Beach, joined 
Tidewater Construction 
Corporation, after 
graduation from Clemson 
University in 1940. He 
serves as vice president 
and director of Bayshore 
Concrete Products 
Corporation. Liles is a 
member of the board of 
directors of Medical 
Center Hospitals and 
serves as a member of the 
Building Committee. 



society. That's certainly a revolutionary concept in our 
American experience, which was based from its 
inception on the right of the individual to hold property 
inviolate. 

The ownership rights of private land owners must be 
protected for at least three reasons. First, our system of 
commerce and laws depends on those rights, and an 
abrupt change would be economically disruptive. 
Second, fairness to the individual investor demands 
protection of those rights . . . supposing, for instance, 
an individual's stock were confiscated by government 
fiat. Is land investment any different? And third, profit 
in land is n«:essary to provide the extra incentive to an 
industry already lagging far behind in its ability to meet 
current and future demand for housing. 

With the expected continued rapid growth of Virginia 
Beach's population, the demand for housing is expected 
to remain very strong in the coming years. And as we 
continue to search for the most balanced and effective 
type of environmental protection for this area, we 
should keep the 'taking' issue in mind. We should also 
consider that protecting the environment is not an end 
in itself. It must be viewed as part of man's total 
surroundings ... the ecological amenities that make life 
worth living are of little use if man has no place to live. 



Russell appointed assistant 
to director of public works 

Joseph D. Russell Jr. has been appointed as an 
Assistant to the Director of Public Works. The 
appointment, which is effective March 1, was made by 
C. Oral Lambert Jr., Director of Public Works for the 
City of Virginia Beach. 

Russell's primary responsibilities will include 
coordination of the department's administrative and 
financial affairs. A city employee since 1974, he was 
previously Assistant to the Fire Chief. Russell holds a 
B.A. degree and a Masters degree in Urban Affairs 
from Virginia Tech. 

Russell will take the position formerly held by P. 
Wade Kyle, who has become County Administrate of 
King George County, Virginia. 



Virginia Beadi Bivd. IMcDonaid's 
named ''outstanding store'' 

McDonald's, located at 3852 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard in Virginia Beach, has received the 
"Outstanding Store Award." 

This is the highest honor that can be awarded to a 
McDonald's. The restaurant's superior rating was 
determined by McDonald's regional managers on the 
basis of intensive and detailed reports filed by field 
consultants. Quality, service and cleanliness were the 
major deciding factors in selecting the facility. 

The restaurant is managed by Betty Portt. 



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Evans atteifds 
leisure services 
seminar 

Clayton M. Evans of 
the Virginia Beach 
Recreation Department 
recently completed a 
special seminar on leisure 
services in local jails. 

The seminar was 
sponsored and directed by 
the Center for Public 
,A/fafti ,ar Vi^gftia 
Commonwealth Univer- 
sity. Participants attended 
lectures and 

demonstrations by 
oprrections and recreation 
authorities from Virginia 
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soninar utilized a grant 
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As part of the celebration of National Vocational 
Education week, the Virginia Beach Public Schools 
Vocational-Technical center held an open house on Feb. 
14. More than 2,000 people attended. 

Each shop and dassroom area not only had standing 
exhibits, but stu(teits were also actively engaged in the 
respective shop activities. Students from all of the city's 
six high schools attend the Vo-Tech center part of the 
school day. Half attend during the morning hours, and 
the rest during the afternoon hours. 

The evening was not just for the parents and families 
of the students there. Interested persons from all walks 
of life were there just to look the school over, or even to 
look for prospective employees. 

The visitors were fascinated by the variety of plants ir 
the greenhouse, with the custom upholstery work done 
there, the bieautiful auto paint iobs, the professional 
cabinets made in the carpentry shop, the whir of motors 
from the various shops, the printing presses and the 
commerical art work, and with the hairdos that can be 
created by the cosmetology class. / 

A lot of interest was also directed at the continuous 
fashion show that went on through the evening. The 
girls in the class wore their own creations. The visitors 
also stopped off for a snack at the food processing 
classroom. 

The evening was designed to provide a complete 
overview of the school and what its students can 
accomplish with the training provided there. For many 
of those who were there it may have been a critical 
evening in the educational process. Many students and 
many parents decided that Vo-Tech was the place for 
theni next year. 




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Ann Nelson Vandersyde, daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. Jacob A. Vandersyde of Virginia Beach, is a 
junior sociology major named to the dean's list 
for the 1978-79 spring term at Sweet Briar College. 



0/e Miss namss Beadi grade 

Two students from Virginia Beach are among 
420 students receiving degrees following the faU 
semester at The University of Mississippi. 

Students receiving degrees include iCarl Gregory 
Fremd, a Bachelor of Engineering, and Ri^ard 
Fenton Wicker III, a Bachelor of Science degree. 



Southall munsd to ¥fho's ¥fho 

Lisa M. Southall of Virginia Beach was among 
those from Radford College named to Who's 
Who Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges. Ms. Southall, a senior social work 
major, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. 
Southall of 3512 Sea Horse Way. 

The student must have made a positive 
contribution to the campus life of the student 
body and to the developmait of the coU^e by 
personal example and lewlo^hip. 



Scholarship HindasiMlshoi 

A scholarship fund for middle-inconM studmts 
has been established at Virginia Wed^an Coltege. 
The Barton Heights (Richmond) United 
Methodist Church Scolarship Fund was 
established Feb. 9 with a S12.S00 gift to be placed 
in the Virginia Wesleyan Collie oidowmait. 
Scholarships will be awarded to United Methodist 
students by the college. 

The gift came about through the merger of 
Barton Heights UMC and Chamberlayne Heights 
UMC of Richmond. Barion Heights Oiurch was 
recently sold, and the proce«is distributed among 
the five Unit^ Methodist colleges of the Virginia 
United Methodist Church Confn-ence pod (Mher 
charitable agencies of the confei^ioe. Barton 
Heights UMC was founcted in 1892. Alexander 
Armour served as chunnan of the BcMitl of 
Trustees, and his son, Dt. Rc4)ert Armour, saved 
as chairman oi the «>ntribution's distrilnition 
committee. 



Teresa A. Nbcon of Virginia Beach attained the 
dean's list at the University of North Carolina at 
Greensboro during the flrst semester which ended 
recently. 

Miss Nixon is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Robert T. Nixon of Ryder Cup Lane. 

Also on the dean's list, with parents residing in 
Virginia Beach, was Suzanne E. Davis, daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. F.M. Davis of Willow Drive. 
Miss Davis is an art major. 



BeacH vo/ce studont snton 
OHisk fostlval 

Debbie Holadia of Lavender Lane, Virginia 
Beach, a student at Tabernacle Baptist School, 
was a voice contestant in the recent High School 
Music Festival and Contests sponsored by Bob 
Jones University, Greehville, S.C. Miss Hotadia is 
a senior. 

More than 214 students from 22 states 
participated in the contests in piano, organ, voice, 
woodwinds, brass, and strings. The climax was a 
concert finale with the Festival Band and Chorus 
and contnt winkers before an audience of more 
than 2,000 persons. 



Local musician accepted Into 
symphony orchostra 

The Purdue University Department of Bands 
has announced that Paula Ellyn Gr(»sman of 
Gladiola Cres., Virginia Beach, has been accepted 
for membership in the Purdue University 
Symphony Orchestra. Paula plaj^ viola in the 
Beach Channel High School Orchestra and is the 
daughter of Paul and Rochelle Grossman. 



Vkgliria Beach roshhnt oams 
doan'sHst honors 

Brian L. Strelitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard 
Strelitz of Bamards Cove Road, Virginia Beach, 
has been named to the dean's list M Babson 
Collie for the 1978 fall semester. 

To be nunnl to tlw dean's list, Strelitz has 
achievKl a cumulative avorage of above 9.30 m a 
12*pomt scale. 



Practical nuning students 
set graduation exercises 
tor Thursday, March 8 

Graduation exercises will be held Thursday, March 8, 
at 8 p.m., at Plaza Junior High School for students who 
have successfully completed their studies in the School 
of Practical Nursing at the Virginia Beach Public 
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First Colonial High School students captured three 
first place awards and two second place awards in the 
Beach District Forensics Meet held on Feb. 21, The five 
were the most awards won by any of the Virginia Beach 
high schools. 

The meet, held at First Colonial, was a preliminary 
round in the Virginia High School Lague sponsored 
annual evoit. Fim and second place winners in the 
Beach, Eastern and Southeastern districts will compete 
next in the regional meet to be held in March at Indian 
River High School in Chesapeake. Winners there «^1I 
compete in the state meet in Charlottwville in April. 

The First Colonial students winniiig first plaw honori 
were Henry Jackson, Boys' Extemperaneous Speaking; 
Keith Nock, Boys' Orginiaj[ Oratory; and Oeafrey 
Wolfe, Boys' Poetry Reading. Laura Woolridge and 
Pamela Pearsall, both also of First Colonial, won 
second pice awards in Giris' Original Oratory and Girls' 
Prose Reading, respectively. 

Cox High School also had three first place winners: 
Mary Evans, Girls' Poetry Reading; Dan Greenbury, 
Boys' Prose Reading; and Karyn Kraft, Spelling. Yvette 
Jarashow won Cox's only second place, in Girls' 
Extemperaneous Speaking. 

Bayside High School students took two first place 
awards: Annette Miller, Girls' Extemperaneous 
Speaking; and Michele Doty, Giris' Original Oratory. 
Two second place honors went to Bayside students as 
well: Dane Butswinkas, Boys' Extemperaneous 
Speaking; and Aaron Nunnery, Boys' Po^ry Reading. 

Kempsville High School students took three second 
place awards: Bruce Holl^, Boys' Original Oratory; 
Katie Mellin, Girls' Poetry Reading; and David Belote, 
Boys' Prose Reading. 

Princess Anne High School captured one first place; 
Marian Eller, Girls' Prose Reading; and one second 
place, Alison Stern, Spelling. 



Tho-e are ten members of the sixth graduating class 
who will receive their certification from Mildren A. 
Dozler, R.N., director of Vo-Tech's practical nursing 
program. 

The graduates are Joan Clark, Pilar Cook, Terri 
IMckens, Deborah Friesz, Jean Houchins, Karen 
Johnson, Kathy Lock, Ann Morse, Lisa Patterson, and 
Oirole Strawhand. 

The students, from the six high schools in Virginia 
Beach, receive training in all phases of practical nursing 

the Vo-Tech center. Half of their school day is spent 
, and the other half is spent at their respectivejiigh 
schools. '^*^.^ 

The students recently participated in the annual open 
house at the center, where there was a long line 
throughout the evening as the class offered free blood 
pressure checks. 



Story time cancelled at 
Oceanfront branch library 

The story time for children ages S through 8 presented 
each week at the Oceanfront Branch of the Virginia 
Beach Public Library System has been cancelled 
beginning March 1 due to lack of participation. 

Persons interested in story times for this age groups 
may wish to attend the story time presented at the 
Windsor Woods Branch on Thursday at 4 p.m. each 

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Buttered green peas 
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March 2, Friday 

Little smokies 
Macaroni and cheese 
Steamed cabbage 
Half apple' 
Combread/butter 
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National NatritioaWeeit 

Marcli 5, Moaday 

Sub sandwich 
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w/lettuce and tomato 

French fries w/catsup 

Orange juice 

Chilled milk 

March 6, Tuesday 

%}aghetti w/meat sauce 
Tossed salad w/dressing 
Peach slices 
French roll/butter 
Chilled milk 

Marcb 7, Wednesday 

Oven bak^i fish 
Buttered green beans 
Diced pears 
l^anut butto- square 
Combread/buttn 
Chilled milk 

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Taco w/lettuce and tomato 
Buttered corn 
Fruited gelatin 
Sweet roll w/nuts 
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Brady 



Forbes 



Marine Lance Corporal Robert W. Brady, son of 
Walter S. and Catherine Brady of Old Tree Lane. 
Virginia Beach, is currently participating in "Combined 
Arms Exercise 3-79" in the California desert. 

He is a member of 2d Battalion. 6th Marines bas«i at 
Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune. N.C. 

Conducted at Marine Corps Air/Ground Combat 
Training Center, Twentynine Palm«, Calif., 
"Combined, Arms Exercise 3-79" is designed to test the 
capability of a battalion landing team to deploy by 
strategic airlift and to provide realistic live-fire training. 

A 1976 graduate of Kellam High School, Brady 
joined the Marine Corps in August 1976. 

Smith 

Navy Electronics Technician Third Class Bernard J. 
Smith, son of Bernard J. and Doris L. Smith of Whittier . 
Road, Virginia Beach, was graduated from Basic 
Electronics Technician School. 

The course was conducted at the Great Lakes, III. 
Students received introductory instruction on electronic 
circuit concepts, radar principles, and the basics of 
radio transmitters and receivers. 

A 1977 graduate of First Colonial High School, he 
joined the Navy in December 1977. 



Pfc. Nino V. Forbes, son of Mr. and Mrs. William 
Forbes of Smith Lane, Virginia Beach, is participating 
in the first Return of Forces to Germany (REFORGER) 
exercise to be held in winter. 

REFORGER 79, a strategic mobility exercise. 
demonstrates the U.S. capability to move by air and sea 
to reinforce NATO rapidly in a crisis situation. 

Forbes is regularly assigned to the 396th 
Transportation Company in Ludwjgsburg, Germany. 



Beach Navy man saves youth's life; 



Gillespie 



Sgt. Elbert N. Gillespie Jr., whose parents live on 
Goodhopc Road, Virginia Beach, is pai^ticipating in the 
first Return of Forces to Germany (REFORGER) 
exercise to be held in winter. 

REFORGER 79, a strategic mobility exercise, 
demonstrates the U.S. capability to move by air and sea 
to reinforce NATO rapidly in a crisis situation. 

The soldier is a member of the 1st Armored Division 
in Germany. 



Johnston 



MacPherson 



Marine Corporal Ian C. MacPherson, son of R.T. 
and Betty S. MacPherson of Abbey Arch, Virginia 
Beach, is participating in the multi-n^iom^iaval exercise 
"Readex 1-79" in the Caribbean Sea. 

He is a member of the 1st Battalion, 6th Marines, 
based at Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, N.C. 

Conducted at Vieques Island, Puerto Rico and in the 
Caribbean Sea. the month-long "Readex 1-79" is 
designed to improve overall fleet readiness by exercising 
Navy and Marine Corps personnel and weapons systems 
under realistic conditions. 

A 1975 graduate of Princess Anne High School, 
MacPherson joined the Marine Corps in June 1975. 



Spec. 4 Timothy P. Johnston, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Bernard W. Johnston, of Iris Court, Virginia Beach, is 
participating in the first Return of Forces to Germany 
(REFOliGER) exercise to be held in winter. 

REFORGER 79, a strategic mobility exercise, 
demonstrates the U.S. capability to move by air and sea 
to reinforce NATO rapidly in a crisis situation. 

The soldier is a member of the 1st Armored Division 
in Germany. 



Taylor 



Raam 






Pvt. Peter W, Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam 
Taylor of Bernice Place, Virginia Beach, is participating 
in the first Return of Forces to Germany (REFORGER) 
exercise to be held in winter. 

REFORGER 79, a strategic mobility exercise, 
demonstrates the U.S. capability to move by air and sea 
to reinforce NATO rapidly in a crisis situation. 

The soldier is a member of the 1st Infantry Division at 
Fort Riley, Kan. 



Aviation Electronics Technician Third Class (AT3) 
David M. Polaha, while temporarily assigned to 
Commander Medium Attack Wing One Staff from 
Attack Squadron 42's Aviation Electronics at Naval Air 
Station Oceana, distinguished himself by recently saving 
the life of a Virginia Beach youth. As a result of his 
heroic and unselfish act, AT3 Polaha has befen 
recommended for the Navy and Marine Corps Medal. 

On Lincoln's birthday, Feb. 12, about 4:20 p.m.. 
Petty Officer Polaha was looking out his apartment 
window in Virginia Beach's Chapel Lake Apartments, 
when he saw^a boy fall through the ice at a nearby lake. 
Upon seeing this, AT3 Polaha thought back to an article 
he had read in "Boy's Life" when he was eight years old 
and in the Cub Scouts, The article informed one what to 
do if someone fell through ice into frigid waters 
underneath. 

A moment's reflection was all that was needed before 
AT3 Polaha went to work to save the boy's life. The 
boy, 11 -year-old Anthony Land, had fallen through the 
ice of Chapel Lake and was about 50 feet from the 
shoreline when Polaha arrived on the scene. Polaha was 
informed that the boy's predicament was almost 
hopeless, since a previous rescue attempt had resulted in 
another young man falling through the ice near the 
shoreline. 

Undaunted, Petty Officer Polaha chose another route 
ahd carefully proceeded across the ice to the exhausted 
and nearly frozen boy. The wind chill factor that 
afternoon was 22 degrees Fahrenheit. Within about ten 
feet of the youth, Polaha quit walking and crawled the 
rest of the way to the boy. He extended a broken limb to 
the lad and told him how to grasp it so he could be 
pulled out of the water. Polaha's assertive behavior and 
-feassurtfig instructions calmed the panicky youth during 
the rescue. 

There h^d been no warning signs posted when the 
incident occurred and reportedly, the ice had been fairly 
solid the day before. Afterwards, AT3 Polaha took 
Land and two of his friends to his apartment and gave 
them all a stem lecture, while helping Land dry out. His 
advise to the feoys: "Stay away from frozen lakes and 




AT3 DavM Folain te«ts elMtraiiin^gear In 4m A4 
intruder aircraft ^ 

join a neighborhood scouting troop." The advice given 
by Polaha apparently was hot in vain, since Land 
remarked, "No way am I going back out on the ice." 

In looking back on his act of courage, AT3 Polaha 
remarked, "You don't think twice about it. Life's a 
pretty valuable thing. You do what has to be done." 



NaviPWre'tonfrol T«:'ffician TTi'ird Class Janiw S, 
Raum, son of John S, and Nellie M. Raum of Cambria 
— St., Virginia Beach, was graduated from Fire Control 
Techician School, 

During the 23-week course at the Naval Training 
Center, Great Lakes, 111., he received instruction on the 
electronic weapons systems installed aboard current 
U.S. warships. He studied the operating princii^es and 
procedures of radar, digital computers and related 
shipboard equipment used to control the firing of guns, 
missiles and torpedoes. 

He joined the Navy in March 1 978. 



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Pvt. Larry D. Melvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond 
Melvin Jr. of Newtown Road, Virginia Beach, is 
participating in the first Return of Forces to Germany 
(REFORGER) exercise to be held in winter. 

REFORGER 79, a strategic mobility exercise, 
demonstrates the U.S. capability to move by air and sea 
to reinforce NATO rapidly in a crisis situation. 

Melvin is regularly assigned to the lOOth 
Transportation Company at Fort Eustis, Va. 




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Airman Brenda R. Anderson, daughter 6f MfTaffiT"^ 
Mrs. William S. Anderson of Faraday Lane, Virginia 
Beach, has graduated at Sheppard AFB, Tex., from the 
U.S. Air Force technical training course for aircraft 
maintenance specialists. 

Airman Anderson, who was ttained to maintain, 
repair and service aircraft currently in use by the Air 
Force, is being assigned to Hickam AFB, Hawaii, for 
duty with a unit of the Pacific Air Forces. 

The airman is a 1978 graduate of Floyd E. Kellam 
High School. 



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""'Airman Angela D. PeHing, daughter of Mrs. Ruby 
M. Costella of Alcott Road, Virginia Beach, has been 
assigned to Keesler AFB, Miss., after completing Air 
Force basic training. 

During the six weeks at Lackland AFB, Tex., the 
airman studied the Air Force missibn, organization, and 
customs and received special instruction in human 
relations. 

Airman Pelling will now receive specialized training 
in the administrative field. 
The airman attended Princess Anne High School . 



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Capt. Michael C. McHcnry, son of Mrs. Jean 
McHenry of Charla Lee Lane, Virginia Beach, is 
participating in the first Return of Forces to Germany 
(REFORGER) exercise to be held in winter. 

REFORGER 79, a strategic mobility exercise, 
demonstrates the U.S. capability to move by air and sea 
to reinforce NATO rapidly in a crisis situation. 

McHenry is regularly assigned to the 38th 
Transportation Battalion at Fort Eustis, Va, 



Winslow 



Perry 



Simpson 



Selected for instruction in the civil engineering 
mechanical and electrical field at Sheppard AFB, Tex., 
after completing basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex., 
is Airman Thomas M. Winslow, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Wilbur A. Winslow Sr. of Stumpy Lake Lane, Virginia 
Beach. 

During the six weeks at Lackland, the airman studied 
the. Air Force mission, organization and customs and 
received special instruction in human relations. 

Airman Winslow attended Kempsville High School. 



Pfc. Alfred T. Simpson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James 
H. Simpson of Rain Tree Road, Virginia Beach, is 
participating in the first Return of Forces to Germany 
(REFORGER) exercise to be held in winter. 

REFORGER 79, a strategic mobility exercise, 
demonstrates the U.S. capability to move by air and sea 
to reinforce NATO rapidly in a crisis situation. 

Simpson is regularly assigned to the 1st Cavalry 
Division at Fort Hood. Texas. 



Hamilton 



Staff Sergeant Mark S. Perry, son of retired U.S. 
Navy Senior Chief Petty Officer and Mrs. Oscar L. 
Perry of John Hancock Drive, Virginia Beach, is a 
member of the first Air Force operational unit to receive 
the General Dynamics-built F-16 air combat fighter. 

Sergeant Perry is an aircrew egress systems technician 
with the Tactical Air Command's 388th Tactical Fighter 
Wing at Hill AFB, Utah. 

The F-16 is a compact, high-performance aircraft 
designed for air-to-air combat, and delivery of air-to- 
surface weapons. 

Sergeant Perry is a 1972 graduate of Floyd E. Kellam 
High School. He attended Glendale (Ariz.) Community 
College and Weber State College, Ogden, Utah. 



IMIdgett 



Pfc. Iris W. Midgett Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Iris W. 
Midgett Sr. of Neptune Ave., Virginia Beach, is 
participating in the first Return of Forces to Germany 
(REFORGER) exercise to be held in winter. 

REFORGER 79, a strategic mobility exercise, 
demonstrates the U.S. capability to move by air and sea 
to reinforce NATO rapidly In a crisis situation, 

Midgett is regularly assigned with the 5th Engineer 
Battalion at Fort Leonard Wood. Mo. 



Airman Wayne C. Hamilton, whose sister is Kathy 
M. Hamilton of Ardito Court, Virginia Beach, has been 
assigned to Chanute AFB, III., after completing Air 
Force basic training. 

During the six weeks at Lackland AFB, Tex., the 
airman studied the Air Force mission, organization and 
customs and received special instruction in human 
relations. 

Airman Hamilton will now receive specialized 
training in the aircraft equipment maintenance field. 

The airman is a 1977 graduate of Charles E. Gorton 
High School, Yonkers, N.Y. 



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Spec. 4 Dan H. Sckofieid Jr.. son of Mr, and Mrs. 
Cten H. Schofield. of Djelaura Lane, Virginia Beach, is 
particiiMting In the first Return of Forces lo Germany 
(REFORGER) exercise to be held in winter. 

REFORGER 79, a strategic mobility exercise. 
demonstrates the U.S. capability to move by air and sea 
to reinforce NATO rapidly in a crisis situation. 

SchofiM is r^ularly assigned to tN 1st Cavalry 
EMvision at Fort Hood, Texas. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC NOTICES 



In the Clerk's Offlce of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach» on 
the 21st day of February, 
1979. 

Fred D.White, 
Plaintiff, 
against C79-313 
Paula Ift White, 
Defeaidant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
mensa A thoro from the 
said defendant, upon the 
.grounds of desertion 
occuring February 4, 
1979. to be merged at the 
propo' time into a divwce 
a vinculo matrimonii. 
> And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is n(H a 
resident of the Sute of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
1S04 Sunshine Road 
Brownsville. Texas. 

It is ordered that Paula 
H. White do appear on or 
before the 13th of AprU. 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
internt in this suit. 

Acopy-teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Linda Noel Hdtr 
Deputy Clerk 

Philip Denman. p.q. 
"1800 Virginia National 



Virginia: In the Cl«k's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of^ 
Virginia Beach, on the 
21st day of February, 
1979. 

In re: Adoption of Heather 
Elizabeth Principle 



By: Roy Edward Austin^ 
and Ramona Louise 
Austin, Petitiono-s 



Bank Building 
Norfolk, Va. 

2/28, 3/7, 3/14, 3/21 



Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
yiiluii».vfieaich».on. the. 
2tlisti ftey -of Fbbruaryv 
1979. 

In re: Adoption of Mary 
Cathran Belyeu 

By: Richard Stanley Kaye 
and Mary Tyler Kaye, 
Petitioners 

To: Getis Arnold Belyeu 
Cherry Point Marine 
Corps Air Station 
Cherry Point, NC 28533 

In Chancery #C78- 1795 

ORDER 

This day came Richard 
Stanley Kaye and Mary 
Tyler Kaye, Petitioners, 
and represented that the 
object of this proceeding 
is to effect the adoption of 
the above named infant, 
Mary Cathran Belyeu, by 
Richard Stanley Kaye and 
Mary Tyler Kaye, 
husband and wife, and 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that Cletis 
Arnold Belyeu, a natural 
parent of said child(ren), 
is a non-resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last 
known post office addros 
being: Cherry Point 
Marine Corps Air Station, 
Cherry Point, F^I.C. 28533. 
It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Qetis Arnold 
Belyeu appear befmre this 
Court within ten (10) days 
aftCT publiation of this 
OrdCT and indicate his/her 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
iwcessary to prMect his 
intCTnt in this matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. FentreM, Oerk 



In the Ctok's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virpiia Beach, on 
the 16th day of February, 
1979. 

Donna Ann Fox Riojas, 
Haintiff, against Gilbert 
Riojas, Defendant. 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



To: John Steven Burke 
In Chancery #C79-222 
ORDER 

This day came Roy 
Edward Austin and 
Ramona Louise Austin, 
Petitioners, .and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named infant(s). 
Heather Elizabeth 
Principle, by Roy Edward 
Austin and Ramona 
Louise Austin, husband 
and wife, and afHdavit 
having been made and 
filed that John Steven 
Burke, a natural parent of 
said child(ren), is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address bring: 
unknown. 

It is th^fore Ordered 
that the said John Steven 
Burke appear before this 
Court within ten (10) days 
after publication of this 
^■der and indicate his/her 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessaiy to protect his 
interest in this matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: JoyA. Johansen, 

James R. McKenry, p.q. 

2/28, 3/7. 3/14. 3/21 

Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
21st day of February. 
1979. 

In re: Adoption of Andrea 
Rene Baril 

By: Barbara Lee Baril, 
Petitioners 

To: Gloria Jean Baril 

State of Michigan 

(dty and county unknown) 

ORDER 

This day came Barbara 
Lee Baril, Petitioner, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoiHion of the 
above named infant. 
Andrea Rene Baril. by 
Barbara Lee Baril, wife, 
and affidavit having been 
made and flied that Gloria 
Jean Baril. a natural 
parent of said child(ren). 
is a non-resident of the 
State of Virginia, tlw last 
known post office adfbess 
being: State of Michigan, 
(city and county 
unknown). 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Gloria Jean 
Baril appear before this 
Court within ten (10) days 
after publication of this 
Order and indicate his/her 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a rnident 
of the Sute of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being Naval 
Ami^ibious Base, Little 
Creek, Ship Shore 
Department, Virginia 
Beach, VA 23455. it is 
ordered that Gilbert 
Riojas do appear on or 
before the 13th of April. 
1979. and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 



4748 KerJe St., 
Jacksonville, Florida 
32205. 

It is ordered that 
Willene Jan Luke do 
appear on or before the 
13th of April, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Michael E. Grey, p.q. 

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A copy-Test^: 

-^ — . I John V. Feiltress 

aerk 

Joy A. Johansen, D.C. 

J. Brian Donnelly, p.q. 

2/28.3/7.3/14.3/21 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 20th day of February, 
1979. 

Bruce Lee Johnson, 
Plaintiff, against Sandra 
K. Johnson, Defendant. 

PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the pounds of Section 20- 
91(9). And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being c/o E.C. Allen, 
2128 Hellbeck St., 
Pueblo, Colorado 81008, 
it is ordered that Sandra 
K. Johnson do appear on 
or before the 13th of 
April. 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

John V.Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A Johansen, D.C. 

Ralph E. Lawrence 

2/28,3/7,3/14,3/21 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 5th day of February., 
1979. 

Jess# . P. Burwell, 
Plaintiff, against Mary 
France. Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 

to obtain a divorce a 

vinculo matrimonii from 

the said defendant upon 

the grounds of having 

lived separate and apart 

without cohabitation and 

without interruption for a 

period in excess of one 

year. And an affidavit 

having been made and 

filed that the^ defendant is 

a non-resident of the State 

of Virginia, the last 

known post office address 

being: 610 Cottage Drive, 

Abilene, Kansas, >t is 

ordered that Mary France 

do appear on or before the 

28th of March. 1979, and 

do what may be necessary 

this suit. 

A copy-Teste: . 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

Stuart R. Gordon 
3707 Byler Building 
Virginia. Beach, Virginia 



2/14.2/21,2/28,3/7 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 21st day of February, 
1979. 

John Carlton Luke, Sr.. 

Plaintiff. 

against 

Willene Jan Luke. 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



By:JoyA. Johanaoi. 

Kari L. Dnm, p.q. 
2/28.3/7.3/14.3/21 



A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clo-k 

By: Joy A. Johansen. 
Deputy Clo-k 

J. Peter Holland. III. p.q. 

2/^ 3/7, J/14, 3/21 



The object of this suit Is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo nuttrinranii from 
the said (kfoidant. upon 
the grounds of M^Nuatlon 
for a period hi etcess of 
one (1) year. 

And an affidavit havl^ 
been nade ukI filed that 
the i^«»famt Is ncM a 
nOdud of the State of 
>^f^nia. the lart known 
pMt offke Midms bdi^ 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 13th day of February. 
1979. 

Benjamin Lee Dickson. 
Plaintiff, against Diane 
Kay Dickson. Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being 49 N. 
Virginia Lane, 

WKterville, Ohio 43081, 
it is ordered that Diane 
Kay Dickson do appear on 
or before the M\ of April, 
1979, and do what may be 
ne(»ssary to prot«:t her 
interest in this suh. 

Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen. D.C. 

Bernard G. Barrow, p.q. 
2/21.2/28.3/7.3/14 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Offlce of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 30th day of January, 
1979. 

Carroll Ann McCarthy, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Greu Thomu McCarthy, 

Defoidant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain an annulment 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of 
defendant's previous 
marriage was not 
dissolved prior to date of 
marriage b^weoi jMirtles. 

And an affidavit having 
been mule and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
residoit of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
178 Larch Ave., Bogota, 
New Jersey. 

It Is ordered that Gregg 
Thomas McCarthy do 
appear on or before the 
23rd of March, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his Interest In 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Roberi B. Cromwell, Jr. 

pq. 

2/7,2/14,2/21,2/28 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of Uie 
City of Virgin^ Beach, on 
the 13th day of February, 
1979. f 

...-.,. , ,. \, . ^,.-. 
4v^p4ft,„,^e(»;.,, Hyj^e, 
Plaintiff, against Allen R. 
Hyatte, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apari 
for a period in excess of 
one year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that due diligence has 
been used by or in behalf 
of the complainant to 
ascertain in which county 
or corporation the 
defendant is, without 
effea, Uie last known post 
office address being: 417 
24th Street, Apt. 2, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
it is ordered that Allen R. 
Hyatte do appear on or 
before the 5th of April, 
1979, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest In this suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 
/ John V. Fentress 
I Clerk 

I By: J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

Stuart R. Gordon 

3707 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Virginia Beach, VIrpnIa 



2/21,2/28,3/7,3/14 



In the Clerk's Offl^ of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Bach, on 
the 12th day of Felmiary, 
1979. 

Elon Chauncey Black, 
Plaintiff, against Mary 
Margaret Smith BkKk, 
DefendMt. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of the parties 
living separate and apart 
for Over one year. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a rodent 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known p<»t office 
address being 327 William 
Street, Cumberland, 
Maryland 21502, It Is 
ordered that Mary 
Margaret Smith Black do 
appear oA or before the 
5th of April, 1979. and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her Interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Linda Noel Hill 

Deputy Clerk 

W. Shepherd Drewry. 

Jr. p.q. 
3007 Pacific Ave. 
Va. Beach. Va. 

2/21.2/28.3/7.3/14 



necessary to protect 
interest in this suit. 



her PUBLICATION 



A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, D.C. 

Stuart R. Hays 



2/21,2/28,3/7,3/14- 



Virginia: In the Juvenile 
and Domestic Relations 
District Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach 

Celesta M. Subda 
HIggins. formerly Celesta 
M. Subda, Complainant 



John (N) 
Defendant 



Subda, 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 14th day of February, 
1979. 

Scott Soroky, Plaintiff, 
against Donna Carol 
Spradling Soroky. 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation pursuant to 
Section 20-91(9) of the 
Code bt Virginia. Atid art 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant Is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being c/o Girard's 
Discotheque. 10001 
Cathedral St.. Baltimore, 
Maryland 21201. it Is 
ordered that Donna Carol 
Spradling Soroky do 
appear on or before the 
6th of April. 1979. and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 



Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, D.C. 

Louis B. Fine. p.q. 

2/21.2/28.3/7.3/14 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the l^h day of February. 
1979. 

William John Carroll, 
Plaintiff, against Ann 
Theresa Michaels Carroll. 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



The obje^ of this idt b 
to obtain a divorce a 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion 
and/or one year 
separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and fil«l that the 
(tefsKlant is MM a indent 
of the Sute of Vii^nia. 
the last known pmt office 
address being 412 North 
GrMnbay Road. Apt. 
IISOl. Waukegan. 
lllhKMS. it is ordered that 
Ann Theresa Michaels 
Carnril do appear on cm- 
before the 6th of April, 
1979, and do what may be 



Docket No. D-2932 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this 
proceeding is that 
complainant asks for 
judgment against the 
defendant in the amount 
of $2,700.00 plus interest, 
attorney's fees and costs 
which complainant alleges 
is owed for spousal 
and/or child support 
pursuant to decree of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia dated August 1 1 , 
1975. The defendant is 
required to appear and 
protect his/her interests 
on or before April 5, 1979 
at 9:00 A.M. 

A True Copy 

Elizabeth E. Henlet 

Clerk 

Alice,i,l,5in»^.D.C. 

2/21.2/28,3/7.3/14 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 14th day of February, 
1979. 

Harry J. Carroll, 
Plaintiff, against Ramona 
Lee Marks Carroll, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
continuous separation. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virglina, the Uut known 
post offi^ addrns being 
9716 Forst Lane, Apt. 
TXm, Dallas. Texas 75243. 
It is orders that Ramona 
Lee Marks Carroll do 
appou- on or before the 
6th of April. 1979. and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A«)py-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

aerk 

J<^ A. Johansen, D.C. 

James A. Gerry, III p.q. 

2/21.2/28,3/7,3/14 



In the Clo-k's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia BMu:h, on 
tiie 12th day of February. 
1979. 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of having 
lived separate and apart 
for a period in excess of 
one year. And %^ 
affidavit having beep 
made and filed that xht 
defendant is not a reside^ 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post offUJf 
address being 7707 Beicli 
Blvd.. Jacksonville, 
Florida, it is ordered thlit 
Georgette Johnson dq 
appear on or before the 
6th of April, 1979. and dO 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste; 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen 

Deputy Clerk 

Stuart R. Gordon 
2/21,2/28,3/7.3/14 



NOTICE OF 
PUBLIC HEARING . 

The Virginia Beac| 
Planning Cdmmlidon «H|j 
hold a series of pubtte 
meetings concerning tjlf 
proposed ComprdiensiVf 
Plan, with each pubMe 
meeting directed to % 
certain group of study 
areas, as follows: 

Wednesday, February 
14. 1979. 7:30 P.M. - for 
Bayslde and Bayfr <m| 
Study areas. --. 

Wednesday. February 
3ij 1979,.!^:30P.M.«.€or 
Jl^lttAr N«;k»vO»ati<Medl 
and Oceanfront'-Stttily 
areas. 

Wednesday. February 
28, 1979, 7:30 P.M. - for 
KeihiMville and Holland 
Study areas. 

Thursday, March t, 
1979, 7:30 P.M. - for 
Courthouse - Sandbrid|e 
and Pungo-Blackwater 
Study areas. 



Ronald C. 
Plaintiff. 
Georgette 
Defendant. 



Johnson, 

against 

Johnson. 



ORDER OF 



All meetings will be hdd 
in the City Council 
Oiambers. The mectin(^ 
are for lnformatioa|| 
purposes and to ga^ 
public comment. Nf) 
formal action by thf 
PUmdng Commission ii 
anticipated at theif 
meetings. Maps ai^ 
documeitts reltted to tlw 
ComiH^cnslve Plan in 
on display hi the Planning 
Dqiartment office. Yot 
further information, 
conUct the Planaiai 
DqMTbnait at 427<4fi21. 

Robert J. Seott 
Planning DiiactOT 

2/7,2/14,2/21,2/28.3/7" 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of tlw 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 5th day of Fetnuary, 
1979. 

Jerry Lee Buckmaster, 
Plaintiff, against Cutriyn 
T. Buckmaster, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divor« a 
vinculo matrinMHiil fr«Mn 
the said defenduit, upon 
the grounds of having 
livol seiMitite and qMvt 
witiiout cidwbiution m4 
without interruption Ano^ 
November 10. 1977, g 
poiod of time bi eicea of 
one year. And an affldavN 
having b^ m^ tu4 
fiM that the (tefendam ki 






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not I roidem of the sute 
of VirginUt the Uit 
known pott of Am acldreu 
heiiif 120 North Uke St., 
Gnyi Uke, Illiii<ris 60030 
Jt ii (»-dered that Carolyn 
T. Buckmaster do appear 
on or before the 30th of 
March, l$79, and do what 
may be necessary to 
IHDtcct her interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

John V, Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, D.C. 

Janet B. Burt, p.q. 

2/14,2/21,2/28,3/7 



last known post office 
address being 3768 
Summer Place, Virginia 
B«ich, Va. it is ordered 
that Mary Ann Bell do 
appnr on or before the 
30th of March, 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

John y. Fentress 

Clerk 

Joy A. Johansen, D.C. 

William R. Wahab 

2/14,2/21,2/28,3/7 



Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the Sth 
day of February, 1979. 

In re: Adoption of 
Oeorgina RmceTolson 

By: Ronald Van Hoose 
and l*atricia Marie Van 
Hoose, Petitioners 

In Chancery #C-79-187 

To: Ronnie Steve Tolson 
296 Senoia Road 
Fairbum, Georgia 
30213 

ORDER 

This day came Ronald 
Van Hoose and Patrida 
Marie Van Hoose, 
Petitioners, and 
represented that the 
ol^ecet of this proceeding 
is to ^fect the adoption of 
the above named infant, 
Geori^ Renee Tobon, 
by Ronald Van Hoose and 
Patricia Marie Van 
Hoose, husband and t^fe, 
and affidavit having been 
made x-and^' filed th<Kt 
i»fdiii6«tavt^9blsoiH'' a 
nhttiM mrbnt" of idd 
ehiid(ren), is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
296 Senoia Hoad, 
Fairbum. Georgia 30213. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Ronnie Steve 
Tolson appear before this 
Court within ten (10) days 
af^ publication of this 
Order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adaption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 

A copy tests: 

John V. Fentress 

Oerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 6th day of February, 
1979. 

Qui Thi Rhoad, Plaintiff, 
against Kenneth Allen 
Rhoad, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain separate 
maintenance, child 
custody and support from 
the said defendant upon 
the grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not' a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
p(»t office address being: 
unknown, it is ordered 
that Kenneth Allen Rhoad 
do appear on or before the 
29th of March. 1979, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

— John V. Fentress 
Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit 



Adoption of Peter 
Morwood, Paul Norwood, 
■ and Elizabeth N(»ivood. 
(Birth Certificate 
Registration Numbers 
203233, 203234, and 
203235. Registered in the 
State of Pennsylvania.) 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this 
petition, before the Court 
is to adopt three infants. 
Fetter Norwood, Paul 
Norwood, and Elizabeth 
Norwood. 

It appearing from an 
affidavit that your 
petitioner, Karen E. 
Norwood, has used due 
diligence to ascertain what 
County V or City the 
Natural Father of said 
infants is located without 
effect, his last known 
address being c/o Olin 
Sennerett, Fort Walton 
Beach, Florida 32548, it is 
ordered that the defendant 
appear before this Court 
on or before March 23, 
1979 withing ten days 
after due publication of 
this Notice, and do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest herein. 

A Extract-Teste: 

Karen E. Norwood, p.q. 

A Copy Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen 

Deputy Clerk 



2/7,2/14,2/21,2/28 



ORDER 

Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
-Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 1st 
day of February, 1979. 

In re: Adoption of 
Davdyn Rioja Hart, and 



VUIOINIAKACH 

rtJBLlC NOTICE 

flection from 

pec.7, 1977i8MJe 

VIRGINIA: Notice Js 
herein givea that on 
Wednesday, December 21 , 
1977, the City of Virginia 
Beacb shaU submit to the 
U.S. Department of 
Housing and Urban 
Development a request 
and certification for the 
release of $2,280^)00.00 in 
Entitlement Funds undo- 
Title I of the Housing ud 
Commui|ity Development 
Act of 1974. The request 
and certification for the 
release of funds pertains 
to the SMtack Sanitary 
Sewage Facility. SeaUck 
Watw Facility, Newsome 
Farms Water Facilities, 
Newlight Sanitary 
Sewage, Seatack Street 
Improvements, Newlight 
Street Improvements, 
Gracetown Water 
Engineering, Gra.:' 
Program, Newsome 
Farms Sanitary Sewage, 
and Contingency monies 
as outlined in the City's 
application to HUD on 
March 15, 1977. 

The City of Virginia 
Beach has prepared an 
environmental review 
record respecting the 
above project for which 
the release of funds is 
sought. This record may 
be reviewed and copies 
obtained thereof at the 
Virginia Beach Grants 
Office from 9:00 A.M. to 
5:00 P.M., Monday 
through Friday. 

The City of Virginia 
JPepctKis the official „ 



considered by HUD. 
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VmeWiA lEACH SUNO WHPNE8DAY, FEBBUARY 2t . 1979 9 

III Mm Qerk's Office of V ani t# walvt jthe i^iircd^landscaping and screwing 
the Circuit Court of the Httlti ttth'the^rth ai^ sbtth property lines on Parcel 



Virginia: In the Juvmile 
and Domestic Mations 
District Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach. 

Commtmweahh of Vfeginia 
In re: Herbert Waker 
Wiseman 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of the above 
styled proceeding is to 
approve the temporary 
entrustment agreement 
entered into between the 
Department of Social 
Services, City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and 
Darlene Lynnette 
Wiseman, mother of 
Herbert Walter Wiseman 
dated January 23, 1979 
pursuant to Title 63.1 
SecUon 204, of the Code 
of Virginia. 

The parent is required 
to appear and protect 
his/her interests on or 
beforeAprillg, 1979. 

Enter: 2-23-79 

A tnie copy: Elizabeth 
E. Henley. Clerk 

By: Kathy S. Brothers. 
Deputy Clerk 

2/28,3/7.3/14,3/11 



City of Viifinia Beach, on 
tM 23rd day of Felmiary, 
1979. 

Qirol Elizabeth Allen 

Keely Stoddard, 

PWmiff, 

against 

Jarold Paul Stoddard, 

Defffidant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

, The object of this suit is 
to obtain an annulment 
from the said defendant, 
upon the pounds of there 
never b^ng any intention 
on the p%rt of the 
defendant to consummate 
the said marriage. 

And an affidavit having 
betn made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
4476 Ocean View Blvd., 
Apt. 2, Virginia Beach, 
Va. 

It is ordered that Jerold 
Paul Stoddard do appear 
on or before the 13th of 
April, 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-tcste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen, 
Deputy Clerk 

Charles A. McDuffle, p.q. 

2/28,3/7,3/14.3/21 



#1, Property of John James located at London Bridge, 
Old Great Neck Road. Lynnhaven Borough. 

II. Theresa Lyie Pope requests a variance to allow 
parking of major recreational equipment in front of a 
building instead of behind the nearest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 2, Block A, 
Section I, Part C, The Lakes, 3260 Sugar Creek Drive. 
Princess Anne Borough. 



dV 

'^fi rib^t?er(if^ infapt aijd Alberto 
Libusada Rioja, an infant 
and the change of their 
names to Davelyn Rioja 
Line^ and Alberto Rioja 
Lines = 



Robert G.Clements 
3284 Virginia beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 



2/14.2/21,2/28,3/7 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the Sth day of February, 
1979. 

Marlene Yvonne Miller, 
Plaintiff, against Rick 
William Miller. 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



Wiiwton G. Snider, p.q. 
3209 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Vir^nia Beach, Va. 23462 

2/14,2/21 .2/214/7 



In the acrk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia BMch, on 
tht 6th day of February, 
1979. 

Cari Vance BeU, Plaintiff, 
■gailist Mary Ann Bell. 
Defmdaot. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

1^ object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
nmm et timo to be later 
me^cd into a divorce a 
^ri^lo matrimonii from 
t^ Hdd ^cfitott, upon 
thf pmm^ of dontion 
Md adtfttry ^rsuant to 
&Moa 2(»^ and SMtlon 
K»>91 of the Code of 
Vir^nia. t9S0, as 
ilM#dMi. And an 
•WMavil havUif teen 
iMi IM iM the 
[h mn a mM@it 
<^*eMM^Vto^riadM 



The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce. A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of separation 
for more than one ^ar. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the state of 
Virginia, the last known 
post offiw address being: 
Muldon Place, 

Anchorage, Alaska, it is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 2nd of 
April, 1979, and do what 
may be necessary to 
pnHect his interest in this 
suit. * 

A copy-Teste: 

John V. Fentress 

Clerk 

J. Curtis Fruit 

Deputy Clerk 

Mr. Frank E. Butler, III 
2420 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

2/14,2/21, 2/28. V7 

Vi^^ In th«* Circuit 
Court of the City of 

In the matter of the 



By: John Charles Lines, 
Jr. & Rizalina Livozada 
LineSi Petitioners 

To: David Hart and Terry 
D. Sampter 

This day came John 
Charles Lines, Jr. and 
Rizalina Livozada Lines, 
Petitioners, and 

represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named infant(s), 
Davelyn Rioja Hart, and 
Alberto Libusada Rioja, 
by John Charles Lines, Jr. 
and Ri^zalina Livozada 
Lines, husband and wife, 
and affidavit having been 
made and filed that David 
Hart & Terry, D, Sampter, 
the natural fathers of said 
children, are non-residents 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being: Edinburg, 
Texas and Las Vegas, 
Nevada, respectively. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said David Hart 
and Terry D. Sampter 
appear before this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his/her 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 

A ojpy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: Joy A. Johansen. 
Dq)uty Clerk 

Stuart H. Held. p.q. 
245 First Colonial Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23434 

2/7.2/14,2/21,2/28 



Applicant for the above- 
referenced funding and 
the address is: Municipal 
Center, City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia 23456. 
George L. Hanbury, City 
Manager, is the Chief 
Executive Officer 
representing the 
Applicant. 

The City of Virginia 
Bfc«dr> wir Aindlhaki 
tbe p'i-dject described 
above the BIdck Grant 
funds from the U.S. 
Department of Housing 
and Community 

Development Act of 1974. 
The City of Virginia 
Beach is certifying to 
HUD that the City of 
Virginia Beach and 
George L. Hanbury, in his 
official capacity as City 
Manager, consent to 
accept the jurisdiction of 
the Federal courts if an 
action is brought to 
enforce responsibilities in 
relation to environmoital 
review, decision making, 
and action; and that these 
responsibilities have been 
satisfied. The legal effect 
of the certification is that 
upon its approval, the 
City of Virginia Beach 
may use the Block Grant 
funds, and HUD will have 
satisfied its responsibilities 
under the National 
Envirtmmoital Policy Act 
of 1969. HUD wiU accept 
an objection to its 
approval of the release of 
funds and accei^anoe of 
the certification only if it 
is on one of the following 
bases: (A) that the 
certification was mtt in 
fact executed by, the 
chief aecutive offloer of 
the appUatnt: oi (B) thtt 
appUcant's oivinmmaital 
review record for the 
project indkata cmiinion 
of a required decision, 
fmdtng, <« stqp amriicable 
to the project in the 
environmental reviaw 
I»t>cess. Objection must 
be prepand and sulmittted 
in accmdance with the 
requimi procnlure (24 
CFR Part 58). any may be 
addressed to HUD at 701 
East Fraaklia Street, 
Richmond, Virginia 
23219. Qhste&om to te 
rdease of fti^ on ba^ 
<Mto tiMn titose Mwted 
above will not be 
cooMered (v HUD. No 
objecAw nerved i^^ 
Jamiwy IJ, 1978 i^ be 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach Board of Zoning Appeals will 
conduct a Public Hearing on Wednesday, March 21, 
1979, at 7:30 p.m., in the Council Chambers, 
Administration BuildM|, Municipal Center. Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. The following ^iiplications will appear 
on the agenda. ^ 



12. Robert F. and Patricia A. Joseph request a 
variance to allow parking of major recreational 
equipment in front of a building instead of behind the 
nearest portion of a building adjacent to a public street 
on Lot 32. Section 1, Pembroke Meadows, 621 Cardiff 
Road. Bayside Borough. 

13. John Woodard, Jr. requests a variance of 12 feet to 
a 38 foot front yard setback instead of 50 feet as 
required on Lot 27, Section 2, Haygood Point, de 
laFayette. Bayside Borough. 

DEFERRED AGENDA: 

1. Cifv of Virginia Beach, Department of General 
Serviots, by Kcevcis i:,. Johnson, requests a variance of 
16 parking spaces to "O" parking spaces instead of 16 
parking spaces as required (museum and art gallery) on 
Closed Portion of 24th Street between Squares 23 and 
25, Plat prepared by Norfolk and Virginia Beach 
Railroad Improvement Co., 24th Street and Atlantic 
Avenue. Virginia Beach Borough. 

2. Hubert L. Dail requests a variance of 7.5 feet to a 
2.5 foot side yard (north side) and rear yard setback of 
10 feet each as required (accessory building) on Lot 69, 
Section 5-C, Kings Grant, 608 Downing Crescent. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

3. Ernest W. and Barbara B. Newman request a 
variance to allow parking of major recreational 
equipment in front of a building instead of behind the 
nearest portion of a building adjacent to a public street 
on Site A, Lot 62. Block G, Section 4, Brandon, 5632 
Brandon Boulevard. Kempsville Borough. 

All applicams must appear before the board.- 

W.L. Towers 
^Secretary! _-. l_- - 



SUN 2/28, 3/7 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



Virginia: 



REGULAR AGENDA: 

11 'KMtf'lJfiymiSrV^uests a v»MaR#<l feet in 
fence height to a 7 foiot fence iastead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed In a required front yard setback on Lou 31 and 
33. Block 50, Shadowlawn. 913 Carribbean Avenue. 
Virginia Beach Borough. 

2. Barbara A. Kendrick requesu a variance to allow 
parking of major recreational equipment in front of a 
building instead of behind the nearest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 1 A, Block 16, 
Resubdivision of Blocks 10. II, 12, and 14, Site 17, 18, 
19, Section 4, Part I, Windsor Woods West, 3873 
Chancery Lane. Kempsville Borough. 

3. U. T. Brown requests a variance of 20 feet to a 30 
fo<M front yard s^badt instead of 50 feet as required on 
Lot 14, Tract C, Section 2, Saadbridge Beach, 
Sandfiddler Road. Pungo Borough. 

4. M. R. and Mary R. Wddi request a variance of 5 
feet to a 10 foot side yard Mtback (north property line) 
instead of 15 feet as required on \JA 14, J. C. Hudgins 
Shores, Hudgins Shores, Oieswich Lane. Bayside 
Borough. 

5. Betty T. Savage requests a variance of 3 feet to a 7 
foot side ^utl setback instead of 10 feet as required on 
Lot 9, Block 20, Shadowlaam HtrighU, Winston-Salem 
Avenue. Virginia Beadi Bmroui^. 

6. William B. Bruce requests a variance of 4 feet to a 1 
foot rear yard setbwk instead of 5 feet as previously 
granted by the Beard of Zoniaf hppak (accessory 
building) on Lot 19, Blodc L, Section 2. Carolanne 
Famu. 5545 War Admiral Road. Kempsville Borough. 

7. I^uil L. Strassbeiv requeue a variance of 12 feet to 
an 18 foot front y»d setback tatead of 30 feet as 
required and of 2 ffst to an 8 foot side yard setback 
(north pttvpeny line) instOMl of 10 feet as required on 
Lou 9 and 10, Block 27, Pecan Gard«u, Grant Avenue. 
Lynnhavo) Borough. 

8. Eric A. Hauser requests a variaaee of IH parking 
siMues to <'0" mi site paritii^ ^aees instead of 1 Vi 
parking spaces as required for a 4n^ ftunily dwidUng 
on Lot 7B, Block I, Resubdivision of Lot 7. Block I, 
Section 2 and Adjacent Lands. New Virginia Beach and 
Pared 2, Plat of Property of Hoifanan OvporMimi, 
West of 63rd Street, 230 ttfd Street. Lynnhaven 
Bcmrai^. 

9. Hf. and Mrs. John K^ri request a variance of 10 
fe« to a 10 fo(H sMe yv4 wtbnck (north prnprnvf line) 
instead of 20 feet as f«quh«d on Lei 3, Section 2. 
Liakkmn Cove. South AlMton Drive. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

10. LesUeB. andEfneJ.OopeifWNSt|vmtenceof2 



^The regular meeting of the Council of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Council Chambers of the 
Adndiustradon Bw|dmg, City Hall, Princcsa Anne 
Station, Virginia B^ch.virginia^in Monday Mardi 19, 
1979, at 1:00 p.m., at which time tiic following 
applications will be heard: 

SUBDIVISION VARIANCE: 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 



1. 

Subdivision Variance: Appeal from Decisions of 
Administrative Officers in regard to certain elemenu of 
the Subdivision Ordinance, Subdivision for James W. 
Hall. Property located at the Northnst int^section of 
Lauderdale Avenue and Bayview Avenue. Plats with 
more detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. 

BLACKWATER BOROUGH: 

2. 

Subdivision Variance: Appeal from Decisions of 
Administrative Officers in regard to certain elemenU of 
the Subdivision Ordinance, Subdivision for John W. 
Siebert. Property located on the North side of 
Hungarian Road, 5280 feet West of Blackwater Road. 
Plats with more detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSIFICATION: 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 

3. 

An Ordinance upon Application of John D. Holland, 
Jr.. and Rita H. Joyner for a Change of Zoning DUtrict 
Qassification from R-6 Residential District to B-2 
Community-Business District on certain property 
located on the East side of Witchduck Road banning 
at a point 397.68 feet South of Erskine Street, running a 
dittance of 82.2 feet along the East side of Witdiduck 
RomI. running a distance of 150 feet along the Scwthem 
property line, running a disunce of 80.72 fett along tlw 
Eastern property line and running a distance of 155 feet 
along the Northern property line. Said parcel a>ntaiiu 
.285 acre. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



An Ch-dinance upon Application of John 6. Siriae etai., 
for a Change of Zoning District ClassifioitiiHi fn»n O-l 
Office District to B-3 Central-Business Distriet «i 
cotain propi»ty located on the South side of Bma^ 
RMd banning at a point 890 fMt more or las WM of 
B^ix Road, running a distance of 178.20 feet ^oi^ 
the South side of Btmney Roul, running a disuune of 23 
fe^ in a Southeasterty direction, runniiv a distame of 
342.66 fwt in a Scwthwestoly directicm, ruaa^ a 



parUigspaeesto9{Mrlta|ipi9SstaBMldorilpariting dUUnce of 891 .06 feet along tiieSouth»n property Une 

spaces as required wd tt an©* a perhncMr Mvaway (North ride of Virginia Beach-Nofolk Expressway). 

ind ptfkhit in the mq^td M teel Mlbtck from tN runnuig a disttmce of 408.71 feet in a Northwesl«ly 

north property lint wlMft ^r^lWttd when a iftrection, running a distance of 330.28 feet In a 

commercial dittrid (B-l) i^Mm a fiddential district Southwaterly direction, and running a distance of 



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Virginia B«ach Public Notices cont'd 



248.39 feet in a Northwesterly direction. Said parcel 
contains 4.466 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

C»NDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 

<. 

5. 

Resolution of the Council of the CRy of Virginia Beach 
to amend the conditions of a Conditional Use Permit 
granted to E.V. Williams Co., Inc., on June 5, 1978, for 
a borrow pit on property located on the South side of 
Indian River Road beginning at a point 1259.32 feet 
West of Kempsville Road, running a distance of 494. 1 1 
feet along the South side of Indian River Road, running 
a distance of 297.28 feet in a Southerly direction, 
running a distance of 600 feet in a Northwesterly 
direction, running a distance of 629.40 feet jn a 
Southerly direction, running a distance of 548.70 feet in 
a Westerly direction, running a distance of 165.30 feet 
in a Southerly direction, running a distance of 355.10 
feet in a Westerly direction, running a distance of 
470.38 feet in a Southerly direction, running a distance 
of 127.21 feet in a Westerly direction, running a 
distance of 480.24 feet in a Northwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 195.92 feet in a Northerly 
direction, running a distance of 597.60 feet in a 
Westerly direction, running a distance of 1791.45 feet in 
a Southwesterly direction, running a distance of 2820.52 
feet in a Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 
1014.21 feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a 
distance of 391.38 feet in a Northwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 1019.04 feet in a Northeasterly 
direction, running a distance of 224.94 feet in a 
Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 1874.75 
feet in a Northeasterly direction,- running a distance of 
818.41 feet in a Northwesterly direction and running a 
distance of 409.37 feet in a Northeasterly direction. Said 
parcel contains 185.272 acres. KEMP'SVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 



An Ordinance upon Application of Salzberg Properties, 
Inc., for a Conditional Use Permit for an automobile 
service station (self-service) on certain property located 
at the Northwest intersection of Lynnhaven Parkway 
and South Lynnhaven Road (Relocated), running a 
distance of 147.24 feet along the West side of South 
Lynnhaven Road (Relocated), running a distance of 
128.96 feet along the Northern property line, running a 
distance of 128.96 feet along the Western property line, 
running a distance of 147.24 feet along the North side of 
Lynnhaven Parkway, and running around a curve a 
distance of 20 feet. Said parcel contains 20,000 square 
feet. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. ^=-=^ 



VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH: 



An Ordinance upon Application of Nicholas Christie 
and John Hadjikakos for a Conditional Use Permit for 
a bicycle rental on certain property located on the East 
side of Atlantic Avenue beginning 50 feet North of 27th 
Street on property of the Idlewhyle Motel. Said parcel 
contains 15,000 square feet. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

8. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Norman D; Fussell 
for a Conditional Use Permit for a recreational facility 
of an outdoor nature (putt-putt golf course) on certain 
property located on the South side of 17th Street 
beginning at a point 100 feet West of Atlantic Avenue, 
running a distance of 75 feet along the South side of 
17th Street, running a distance of 140 feet along the 
Western property line, running a distance of 75 feet 
along the Southern property line and running a distance 
of 140 feet along the Eastern property line. Said parcel 
contains .241 acre. VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 

Plats with more detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. 

Ruth H. Smith 
City Clerk 

SUN 2/28, 3/7 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach Planning Commission will hold a 
Public Hearing on Tuesday, March 13, 1979, at 12:00 
noon in the Council Chambers of the Administration 
Building, Princess Anne Courthouse, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. Planning Commission action is not a final 
determination of the application, but only a 
recommendation to the City Council as the viewpoint of 
the Planning Commission. Final determination of the 
application is to be made by City Council at a later date, 
after public notice in a newspaper having general 
circulation within the city. The following applications 
will appear on the agenda: 

REFERRED BACK TO THE PLANNING 
COMMISSION BY CITY COUNCIL ON JANUARY 
22, 1979: 

1. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Greenco 

Corporation for a Conditional Use Permit for a 

recreational facility of an outdoor nature (amusement 

f«rk) on certain property located on the East side of 

Atlantic Avenue beginning at the Southern boundary of 

31st Street, runnings distance of 60 feet along the East 

side of Atlantic Avenue, running a distance of 150 feet 

along the Northern property line, running a distance of 

60 feet along the Eastern property line and running a 

distance of 150 feet along the Southern property line. 

Said part^ contains .2 acre. VIRGINIA BEACH 

BOROUGH. 



DEFERRED 60 DAYS BY THE PLANNING 
COMMISSION ON JANUARY 9, 1979: 

2. 

An Ordinance upon Application of John E. and June C. 
Green for a Change of Zoning District Classiflcation 
from R-6 Residential District to B-2 Community- 
Business District on certain property located on the East 
side of Kempsville Road beginning at a pdnt 400 feet 
South of Indian River Road, running a distance of 200 
feet along the East side of Kempsville Road, running a 
distance of 500 feet along the Southern property line, 
running a distance of 200 feet along the Eastern 
property line and running a distance of 500 feet along 
the Northern property line. Said parcel contains 2.117 
acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

f 
/ 

^ An Ordinance upon Application of Eric C. and Patricia 
F. Smith for a Change of Zoning District Classification 
from R-5 Residential District to O-l Office District on 
certain property located on the South side of Larry 
Avenue beginning at a point 100 feet more or less East 
of Newtown Road, running a distance of 90,07 feet 
along the South side of Larry Avenue, running a 
distance of 135.36 feet along the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 101.16 feet along the Southern 
property line and running a distance of 133.24 feet 
along the We«ern property line. Said parcel contains 
.24 acre. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 



An Ordinance upon Application of Virginia Dennis 
McGee for a Change of Zoning District Classification 
from R-6 Residential District to R-8 Residential District 
on certain property located on the West side of Lynn 
Shores Drive beginning at a point 241.7 feet South of 
Lamp] Avenue, running a distance of 80.50 feet along 
the West side of Lynn Shores Drive, running a distance 
of 216.81 feet along the Southern property line, running 
a distance of 80 feet along the Western property line and 
running a distance of 222.08 feet along the Northern 
property line. Said parcel contains .42 acre. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



An Ordinance upon Application of the City of Virginia 
Beach for a Change of Zoning District Classification 
from B-2 Community-Business District to A-1 
Apartment District on certain property located 350 feet 
South of Virginia Beach Boulevard, beginning at a point 
1290 feet more or less East of Groveland Road, running 
a distance of 971.51 feet along the Western property 
line, running a distance of 690 feet along the Southern 
property line, running a distance of 50 feet in a 
Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 280 feet 
in a Northerly direction, running a distance of 50 feet 
more or less In a Southwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 246.60 feet in a Northwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 230.98 feet in a Northerly 
direction, running around a curve in a Northeasterly 
direction a distance of 138. 13 feet, running a distance of 
106.78 feet in a Northwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 320.52 feet along the Northerii prope rty lin e | 

,fttnhing a distance of 84.60 feet #^»lRlft#Slffl|P *""■" 
direction and running a distance of 170.26 feet iii a 
Northwesterly direction. Said parcel is a portion of Rose 
Hall and contains 13.6 acres. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 



10. 

An Oi#wnce ufKu Amplication of Stn^i I. White for 
a ChMji^ of Zoqlag JMstrict ClassifSaition from A-1 
Apartimm DUuict to M Rwon-Ckmumrcial District 
on certain prop«rty lcM;iit«d at the Southcut intersection 
of 21th Street tod Arctic Avenue, running a distance of 
330 feet aienf tkt ^vtb Mde of 21th Street, running a 
distance of 140 0i«t akMif the Eastern property line, 
runnint t ^ittlKMi Of 350 feet along the Southern 
property line mk nmniiig a distance of 140 feet along 
the East tide of ka^ Av«iue. Sud parcel contains 
1 . 12 acres. VmomiA iEACH BOROUGH. 

11. 

Ai^prdinani^ upon Application of Daniel and Lucy 
Cristofano for a Change of Zoning District 
Classifioition from R-1 Evidential District to R-3 
Residential District on certain property located at the 
Southeast intersection of North Witchduck Road and 
lUchvdscm |t0id, running i disunce of 803.45 feet 
along the ItHitli lidt of Richardson Road, running a 
distuict of 41.04 feet in a Southwesterly direction, 
runnisv a diRt«i|l«e of 780.01 feet in a Southerly 
direction, rui^lnf • distiuicc of 692.15 feet in a 
Southwestca^ly |b««tion, running a distance of 1402 feet 
more or less in i Northwesterly direction and running a 
distance of 698,43 feet along the East side of North 
Witchduck Road; Said parcel contains 30.2 acres. 
BAYSIDE BOROyOH. 

12. 

An Or^siwice upon Application of John L. Wood, 
Olive Est#kr W9od, Lany A. Reynolds and G. Sharon 
Reynoidiifor •C)^ynfe of Zoning District Classification 
from R-4 li^^^i^ District to B-2 Community- 
Business District on len^in property located at the 
Southeast intfrsection of Kempsville Road and 
Bonnydale Road, running a distance of 210 feet along 
the East side of Kempsville Road, running a distance of 
420 feet glong the Southern property line, running a 
distance of 113 feet in a Northeasterly direction, 
running a distance of 176.33 feet in a Northwesterly 
direction, running a distance of 190.2 feet in a Northerly 
direction and running a distance of 180 feet along the 
South side 9f Bonnydale Roid. Said parcel contains 
1 .76 acres. IQBNfPSVILLEiOROUGH. 

13. ■ ■ - '---'■ ■ ■ 

An Ordinanice , wiMn Application of K.G. 
Christ(H>oulos for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from R'S Residential District to R-S 
Residential District on certain property located on the 
North side of Horse Shoe Bend beginning at a point 320 
feet East of Jackfrost Road, running a distance of 115 
feet along the North side of Horse Shoe Bend, running a 
distance of 377.22 feet in a Northeasterly direction, 
running a distance of 330 feet in a Northwesteriy 
direction, (turning a distance of 13 feet in a Westerly 
direction, riffling a distance of 330 feet in"* a 
Southwesterly diffction, running a distance of 193 feet 
in a Southerly dil^e^ioo and running a distance of 120 
feet in a Southetstei|y|Mreetion.S|ud parcel contains 3 
acres more or less. 9AYSIP6 BOROUOH. 






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6. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Robert H. Venner 
for a Conditional Use Permit for a duplex on certain 
property located on the North side of 12th Street 
beginning at a point 125 feet West of Cypress Avenue, 
running a distance of 50 feet along the North side of 
12th Street, running a distance of 140 feet along the 
Western property line, running a distance of 50 feet 
along the Northern property line and running a distance 
of 140 feet along the Eastern property line. Said parcel 
contains 7000 square feet. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

DEFERRED 60 DAYS BY THE PLANNING 
COMMISSION ON JANUARY 18, 1979: 

7. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend the Comprehensive Zoning 
Ordinance by adding Article 16, Coastline Management 
Ordinance. This has been referred to in the past as a 
proposed "Dune Protection" Ordinance. More detailed 
Information Is available In the Department of Planning. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSIFICATION: 

8. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Stephen C. Baugh 
for a Change of Zoning District Classification from H-2 
Resort Hotel District to A-2 Apartment District on 
certain property located on the East side of Holly Road 
beginning at a point 615 feet North of Llnkhorn Drive, 
running a distance of 271.50 feet along the East side of 
Holly Road, running a distance of 89.57 feet in an 
Easterly direction, running a distance of 154.97 feet in a 
Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 407.63 
feet along the Northern property line, running a 
distance of 376.50 feet along the Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 604.47 feet along the 
Southern property line. Said parcel contains 4.91 acres. 
VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 



CONDITIONAL USg PJNIMIT: 

14. . 

An Orftinansc upon Apjj|Uq«ionof K.G. Christopoulos 
for a ConditwAilUMi permit for a home for adults on 
certain property lo^afed on the North side of Horse 
Shoe Btnd j^pmniiv at a point 320 feet East of 
Jackfrost Road.ruayiiini a distance of 1 13 feet along the 
North side (^ Hor^ Shoe Bmd, running a distance of 
377.22 feet in a Nofttwwtwly direction, running a[ 
distance of 330 £e|t in a Northwesterly direction, 
running a distamw «f §3 feet in a Westerly direction, 
running a dlstiwce if 330 leet in a Southwesterly 
direction, runniin a jtiftiwce of 193 feet in a Southerly 
direction and Vm^ a dis^kUM of 120 feet in a 
Southeasterly Jfeir^, SamI parcel contains 3 acres 
more or Inp. tAlCUDfi ROROUOH. 



An Ordinance upon Application of Stephen C. Baugh 
for a Change of Zoning District Classification from R-6 
Residential District to A-2 Apartment District on 
certain property located on the East side of Holly Road 
beginning at a point 310 feet more or Iks North of 
Linkhorn Drive, running a distance of 105 feet along the 
East side of Holly Road, running a distance of 1% fMt 
along the Northern property line, running a distance of 
105 feet along th( Eastern property line and running 130 
feet along the Southern pfofxrty line. Said partxi 
contains .36 acre. VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 



13. 

An Ordinaiwf upbsjj^p^jeatiiaa of Norman D. Fussell 
for a Om^^si;0ik\^P^^;mi.f%t a recreational facility 
of an outflpc^ JhiMuif ^t-iutt golf eo^se) on certain 
property located en ^ South side of 17th Street 
beginning at a jx^ tlj^ feet West of Atlantic Avenue, 
ninning a distaqcc «f 7| feet along the Soutii side of 
17th Street, running a distanqe of 140 feet along the 
Western property line, runn^ a distance of 73 feet 
along the Soutl^ proptrty Int and ninning a distance 
of 140 featJlpiig thf e«st^ property line. Said parcel 
contaiM ,2^«^e. VlROl^j^ SEACH BOROUGH. 

16. ,, ~' 

An Orctoince |jj^^pteiop of Helen L. Foos for a 
ConditiMiJii yit.RB^ fe>r a 24' x %' billboard on 
certain propc^y4$istte4 jm the South side of Virginia 
Beach Boulfwdbj^nni^ at a point 1433 feet West of 
Kwitucky Avenue, qinnini t distance of 69.8 feet along 
the SouUi side of Virgiida Read) Boulevard, nmning a 
distance of 200 feet along the Western property Une, 
running a diatance of 69.8 feet along the Southern 
property line and running a distance of 200 feet idong 
the Easter^ {uroperty line. Said parc^ contains .32 acre. 
KEMPSVayi^llOUGH. 

17. 

An Ordio«H^^iyiiii|;A|^^ of The Upper Room 
Church on The JNft . <^»reh ^ God in Christ, for a 
Conditional l^ ^NiQii /or a chupdi on certain 
prop«ty locatigt HjA the EMt side of Ruddo- Road 
b^inning at a pc^ 733.3 fe« North of Virpnia Beach 
Boulevard, ninnii^ a distaiw of 230 feet akwg the East 
side of Rudder Roi^. nmning a disMuiec of 132 feet 
along the Nonh^n property Une, ruhaing a distance of 
2^ f*«* al<wy!^ Entwrn imverty ^ uidranning a 
distanct4^^yM along the Soi^i«ra property line. 
Said pariair^Uns .737 acre. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUOH. V 

18. 

An Ordinam^ ilpMJ Af^q^Hi of Nati<»al Pride 
Equipment. Inc.. fofr a C^ttteiW Use Pwmit for a car 
wash on certain |»0p«^ Hi^fdl m ^ South side of 



Virginia Beach Boulevard beginning at a point 238.37 
feet West of Roseraont Rc«l, running a^ftWi» ©^ 
223.09 feet along the South side of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, running a distance of 123.29 feet along the^ 
Western property line, running a distance of 204.49 feef 
along the Southern property line, running a distance of 
140 feet in a Northerly direction, running a distance of 
11.66 feet in an Easterly direction and running a 
distance of 27.48 feet in a Northerly direction. Said 
parcel contains .96 acre. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

19. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Thomas L. Harp, 
t/a The Golden Harp, for a Conditional Use Permit for 
antique and gift sales and furniture refinishing on 
certain property located on the South side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard beginning at a point 150 feet West of 
Mediterranean Avenue, running a distance of 50 feet 
along the South side of Virginia Beach Boulevard, 
running a distance of 140 feet along the Western 
property line, running a distance of 50 feet along the 
Southern property line and running a distance of 140 
feet along the Eastern property line. Said parcel 
contains 7000 square feet. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

STREET CLOSURE: 

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20. 

Application of the City of Virginia Beach, DepartmerU 
of Public Utilities, for the discontinuance, closure and 
abandonment of a portion of Barberton Drive, running 
a distance of 58.51 feet along the South side of Laskin 
Road, running a distance of 660.29 feet along the 
Eastern property line, running a distance of 198.75 feet 
in a Northwesterly direction and running a distance of 
456.71 feet along the Western property line. Said parcel 
contains .606 acre. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH . 

21. 

Application of Albert N. and Vivian V. Henley, Elwood 
and Verna M. Grant, Elwood Waterfield, Sr., and 
Loyalty Co., Inc., for the discontinuance, closure and 
abandonment of Second Street, River Street, and a 
portion of First Street as shown on a plat of Norfolk 
Southern Railroad Co., In Map Book 36, Page 13 with 
respect to a plat dated May 1 , 1934, showing property of 
Elwood M. Grant and Elwood Waterfield, Sr., located 
at Munden Point and being recorded in Map Book 36, 
Page 22 in the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court. 
More detailed Information is available in the 
Department of Planning. PUNGO BOROUGH. 

22. .- 

Application of Jack Weller for the discontinuance, 
closure and abondonment of a portion of Vista Circle 
beginning at^ point 237.23 feet South of Shore Drive, 
running a distance of 59.70 feet in a Southeasterly 
direction, running a distance of 98.18 feet in a 
Northeasterly direction and running a distance of 77.31 
feet in a Westerly direction. Said parcel contains 1331 
square feet. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 



, 23. 



icatlon of Booker T. aind Lenora Smith for *ief^ 
discontinuance, closure and abandonment of a portion 
of Thompklns Lane beginning at a point 227.93 feet 
West of Whitehurst Landing Road, running a distance 
of 32.37 feet in a Westerly direction, running a distance 
fo 139.21 feet in a Southwesteriy direction, running a 
distance of 29.37 feet In a Southerly direction and 
running a distance of 186.17 feet in a Northeasterly 
direction. Said parcel contains .11 acre. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

AMENDMENT: 

24. 

Resolution of the Council of the City of Virginia Beach 

to amend and reordain Article 7, Section 71 1 of the 

Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining to use 

regulations In the H-2 Resort Hotel District. More 

detailed information is available in the Department of 

Planning. 

25. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 2, Section 
229 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining 
to home occupations. More detailed information is 
available in the Department of Planiung. 

26. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Article 4, Section 
401 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining 
to home occupations in the AG-1 Agricultural District. 
More detailed information is available in the 
Department of Planning. 

27. 

Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to amend an^reordain Section 8.3 of the 
Subdivision Ordinance relating to subdivision variance 
fees. More detail^ information is available in the 
Department of Planning. 



Plats with more 
applications are 
Planning. 



detailed information on the above 
available in the Department of 



All interested persons are invited to attend. 

Robert J. Scott 
ENrector of Planning 

SUN 2/28, 3/7 



VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC NOTICE 

NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT 

EFFECT ON THE ENVIRONMENT 

Notice is herein given that Uie City of Vii^ala Beach 
has conducted an environmoital review iml has w ^^^ . 
IWDINO OF NO SIGNIFICANT EWECT ON THfi 
ENVIRONMENT for the Hoaitag 






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Profran outlined in the 1977-78 aiid 1978-79 
CoiMiuiiity Development Block Grant (CDBG) 
Ap|#»tM»s. The,aty propoies to tttlUze Pedena 
^^ under TiUe I of the Housing and Community 
Devetopment Act of 1974 (PubUc Law 93-383). 
reauthoriMd by Congress and amended as of 1977, for 
the housing rehaWHution program as outlined in the 
above-mentioned CDBG applications that were 
submitted to the U.S. Departmem of Housing and 
Urban Development (HUD) on March 15, 1977. and 
March 15, 1978, respectively. 

ACnVITY: The scope and activities invoh«d in the 
Housing Rehabilitation Program entails providing 
community development target area lower (low and 
moderate) income resident^ with low-interest loans 
and/or granu for 1) the payment of water and sewer 
Unc ^ tap fees; and 2) housing rehabilitaUon that wiU 
bring target area substandard housing conditions up to 
the duaUty of the City's MUdnuB Houataii Code 
standards as established by the Department of Permits 
and Inspections - Housing Divi^on. 

FUNDS: The City proposes to request from HUD 
through a REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF FUNDS 
ADVERTISEMENT AND CERTIFICATION that 
$215,000 be ^fSeased from the Third CDBG Program 
Year funding, and that $250,000 be released from the 
Fourth CDBG Program Year funding to implement the 
program; the total of the funds equaling $465,000. 

nNDING: Through evaluation of the scope ufd 

activities involved in the housing rehabilitation 

program, the City has determined that the activity will 

have NO SIGNIFICANT EFFECT ON THE 

ENVIRONMENT. Therefore, the Qty has decided not 

to prepare an Environmental Imp«:t Sutement under 

the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (Public 

Law 91-190). ami no further environmental reviews will 
beconducted. 



" SURHVISiON VARUNCE: 

. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 

/I. 
Subdivision VariaNcc: Appeal from Decisions of 
Administrative Officers in regard to certain dements of 
the Subdivision Ordinance, Subdivision for Phil 
Bonifuit. Property locatnl on the North side of Indian 
River Road. 714.86 feet West of West Neclc Creelt. Plau 
with more detailed infcHmation are availabte in the 
Department of Planning. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 

2. 

Subdivision Variaacc: Appeal from Decisions of 
Administrative Offices in r^ard to certain dements of 
the Subdivision Ordiiumix. Subdivision for WaitCT W. 
Russell, III. Property located on the East sUc of 
Woodstock Road, 1604 feet North of Providence Road. 
Plats with more detailed information are available in the 
Department of Planning. 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSinCATION: 

PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 

3. 

An Ordinance upon Application of Larry O. and 
Jeanine Wenger for a Cluuigc of Zoilag DisMct 
ClassificatioB from AG-1 Agricultural District to B-2 
Community-Business District on certain property 
located at the intersection of Sandbridge Road and 
Lotus Drive, running a distance of 319.04 feet along the 
West side of Lotus Drive, running a distance of 231.49 
feet in a Southwesterly direction, runnii^ a disj^ce of 
195.91 feet in a Northwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 437.09 feet along the East side of Sandbridge 
Road and running around a curve a distance of 110.74 
feet. Said parcel contains 2.2 acres. PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUND WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY M. Vm 11 

Developers, landowners object to onbiance 
that will affect farmette subdivisions 



REASONS FOR FINDING: The Housing 
Rehabilitation Program from the City's review to date - 

1. will have no adverse impact on the geological, 
cultural, archeological, architectural or historical 
aspects of the community development target areas; 

2. is not adversely affected by a flood plain, coastal 
zone or wetlands area; 

3. will not disrupt wildlife: 
,.^4.iviIlnotxn»le an air quality problem;*^ 

5. will only produce short-term low-level noise during 
the implonent^cm of the program; 

6. air and water quality will be improved because of 
tlie leridp^'rlioQiHV to Witter aadsewer IfaiesI 

7. wUI only produce, possibly, some minor short- 
term (tetriffloital mvironmoital effects during the 
implementation of the rehabilitation program; 

8. will provide home improvement assistance to lower 
income residoits in community development target 
areas to upgrade their substandard housing conditions; 
and 

9. the housing rdiabilitation activities have pbtained 
the suRxvt and endorsement of the tai^et arau* 
residents and the Qty Council of the Qty of Virginia 
Beach. 

Pursuant to Section 104(h) of the Housing and 
Community Development Act of 1974, amended as of 
1977, and the National Environmoital Policy Act of 
1969 (Public Uw 91-190), an Environmental Review 
Record has been prepared for the Housing 
Rdiabilitation Program which may beounined at the 
Office of Community Devel(^ment, Municipal Center. 
Virginia Beach, Vi^inia 23456. b^weoi 9:00 A.M. ipd 
5:00 P.M.. Monday throu^ Friday, except on Qty 
holidays. Written comments on the above 
enviromnental review record will be received by 
Benjamin C. Moore, IXrector of the Office of 
Community Dev^iimient. at the above addr^s no later 
than 5:00 p.m.. Wednesday, March 21, 1979. 

APPLICANT: Oty of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER: George L. 
Hanbury, City Manager, Administration Building, 
Room 234. Municipal Center. Virginia Beuh. Virginia 

I DATES OF ADVERTISEMENT: This advertisement 
will be iHiblished in the Non-Classified section of the 
following newspapers: 



KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



An Ordinance upon Application of Ralph Hanna and 
B.G. Coons for a Change of ZoiiNf District 
Ciasrificalloa from R-6 Reddential I^trict to B-2 
Community-Business District l3n certain property 
.Jocated on the West side of Kempsville ^toA beghmhig 
at a point 200 feet more or less South of Princess Anne 
Road, running a distance of 50 feet along the West side 
of Kempsville Road, running a distance of 991.48 feet 
along the Southern property line, running a distance of 
50 feet along the Western property line, running a 
distance of 680 feet mwe or less in a Northeasterly 
direction, running a distance of 50 feet in a 
N(Mthwesta-|y direction, running a distance of 70 feet in 
a Northeasterly direaion, running a distance of 50 feet 
in a Southeriy direction and running a distance of 320 
feet more or less in a Northeasterly direction. Said 
Wrcel contains 1.126 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

5. 

An Ordhiance upon Application of Ralph Hanna and 
B.G. Coons for^a Cbaigc of Zoning District 
Ciasiification from O-I Office District to B-2 
Community-Business District on certain property 
located 280 feet more or less West of Konpsvilie Road 
beginning at a point 440 feet South of Princess Anne 
Road, running a distuice of 700 fe^ more or less along 
the Southern property line, running a distance of 34.72 
feet along the Western property line, running a distance 
of 700 feet more or less along the Northern property line 
and running a distance of 34.72 feet along the Eastern 
property line. Said parcel contains .482 acre. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 



Virginia Be«;h expects to slow down the development 
of farmette subdivisions with an ordinance approved 
Monday evening by City Council. 

C^qx>sing the action were developers and landowners 
who object to controls which they believe will lessen the 
^^hie of their [voperty. 

In approving the ordinance unanimously, council 
refused to include a grandfather clause suggestwl by 
attormy Al Btheridge r^resenting Ronald Neighbors 
•ad the Penn Corporation. He recommended that the 
grandfather clause be applicable to property where the 
prdiminary sub-division plat has been filed with the 
city. 

City Manager George L. Hanbury said that he would 
only consider approved subdivision plats, no 
preliminary subdivision plats. 

The ordinance provides for a use permit procedure 
for development of three or more acre lote on pooriy- 
drained soils. 

The State Health Department had prohibited the 
construction of homes on poorty drained soil where 
w^er and sewer are not available. In 1976 as an 
accommodation in agricultural regions where a large 
landowner wanted to give a parcel to a relative to 
construct a home, the General Assembly approved a bill 
permkting construction on three acre lots with tlfe 
appix>val of the Health Department. 

Regional Health Director Dr. W.B. Crawford said 
that the feeling was that this provision would not be 
widely used. 

1^ this has not been so, he told council at an 
infonnal session Monday evening. Although lots have 
been seUing for $40,000 to $50,000 apiece, and 
purchasers have been constructing $150,000 to $200,000 
homes on the property, the farmette business is 
flourishing. 

He said that the septic tank systems will not take the 
extenave strain and that "leapfrog" development 
results. 

He said that in five years these people will say, 'We 
want sewers to our beautiful homes.' He said that as one 
of the advocates of the legislation, "I may opened a 
Pandwa'sbox." 

Councihnan John A. Baum said that at the time the 
k^sUition was passed, the Health Department \x\ 
Richmond was reluctant. "It was not anticipated it 
would allow subdivisions and new streets." Baum has 
considered the inroads of farmette residents in the 
farming veas will threaten the farm industry. 

Hanbury said that the worst type of urban 
develoiMnent in the southern part of the city would be to 
have large numbers of farmettes sprawled throughout 
tbeentire agricultural area. He cited destruction of the 
agricuttural land and the expense of services. 



Etheridge said the ordinance de]»ives the property 
owner of his property rights without just compensatipn. 
He said his clients are expecting to consumate a land 
purchase which would be upset by the ordinance. 

City Attorney Dale Bimson said that he was "not sure 
that he has vested property rights with the filing of a 
preliminary plat. ..maybe with a final plat." 

Crawford told council that if the localities exercised 
no control, the Health Departmem may review the 
matter and the city "would be back where we were." 
Before the special legislation, there was a moratorium 
on home construction in the poorly drained areas. 

Paul Sellers, a resident of Blackwato- who has 
developed two farmette subdivisions, one on 
Blackwater Road and one.'Woodards Mill, in Great 
Bridge, opposed the ordinance. He said he hated "to 
feel we'll discriminate against people who want to live in 
the country." 

He refused to see any conflict between farming and 
the farmette dwellers. To Sellers it was just a matter of 
deciding, "was he there before the hogs or were the hogs 
there before him." 

Louis Bryan of Professional Realty also objected, 
complaining that people have left Virginia Beach 
because they could not get land. 

"^."'^ P"' *"y ""ore restrictions on deveiopen." he 
said. ' 

Baum said that it makes no sense to ti^^e large 
acreages with poor soils although he said he couldn't sec 
anyone denying anyone to build on an existing highway. 

Councilwoman Barbara Henley, in answer to a 
remark made by Sellers, said that it was a "fallacy of 
the way of life that we have not been concerned about 
people who come after us. This is not denying a person 
reasonable use of land." She said that councU did not 
have to guarantee speculators a profit. 



Use procedure stucUed 

The Virginia Beach 
Planning Commission will 
be asked to consider 
establishing a conditional 
use under Agricultural 
District zoning to provide 
for construction of 
agricultural-related facili- 
ties. 

City Council Monday 
evening voted to ask the 
Planning Commission to 



study the matter in 
relation to^ an api^cation 
filed by Raymond and 
Elinda Kauffman for a 
change of zoning from 
AG-1 AgricuhnndOistric 
to I-l Light Industrial 
District on a 1.1 acre 
parcel on the west side of 
North Landing Road, 
north of North Landing 
Bridge. 



Rose Hall property 

(from page 1) 



plum9dfww0k9ttd 



CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 



An. Ordinance upon Application of Ralph Hanna and 
B.G. Coons for a CondffioMi Use P«nnit for mini- 
warehouses on certain pr(H)aiy located on the West side 
of Kemspville Road boning at a point 159.04 fett 
South of Princess Anne Road, running a distance of 
84.72 feet along the West side of Kem|»ville Road, 
running a distance of 991.48 feet along the Soulhon 
property line, running a distance of 84,72,feti along the 
Western property line, running a distance olf 890 feet in 
a Northeasterly direction, running a distance of 90 fcA 
in a Southeasterly direction, running a distance of "W 
feet in a Northerly direction and running a distance of 
80 feet in a Northeasterly direction. Said parwl contains 
1 .608 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

AMENDMENT: 



The Virginia Beach Dquutment of Agriculture 4-H 
Division wiU hold a "Mini Horse Seminar I" on 
Saturday, March 3. The seminar will be held from 1- 
5:30 p.m. at the Princess Anne Stables on London 
Bridge Road. 

The schedule is as follows: 

1-1:45 p.m. — Bask Honemanship • includes basic 
ground work, saddlework, show ring courtesy, and 
qwrtsmanship conduct. Instractors: Patricia Orr and 
LyimMcIntire. 

2-2:45 p.m. — fitting and Showmanship - (Western, 
Hunter, and Saddleseat) include conformation, 
Ins«rncton: Pam Baker (Hunter); Ms. Ann Clark 
(Western); Ms. Pris Martin (Saddleseat). 

3<3:30 p.m. — Driving Demonstration: Instructor: 
Charlie Hopkins. 

3:45-4:30 p.m. — Jndgi^ Conformadon baying a 
Hoisc ' InstractoR (TBA). 

4:45-5:30 p.m. — first Aid/Basic Health - includes 
cuts, scrapes, coggins toting, worming, floating teeth, 
etc. lartnirtor: Dr. Melvin Myers, D.V.M. 

5:30 p.m. — Program evaluation. 

There is no charge for the program and the public is 
in^dted to attend. For additional information contact 
the Departffloit of AgricuIture/VPI & SU Extension 
Service at 427-4617. 



ami will be included in the Virginia Beach Tour. 

The properties which have beai sold are locai^ along 
Little Neck Road (which will be renamed Kind's Grsnt 
Road). They include a travel service agency, a rei^ty 
firm, a dress shop, law office building and mp^cfd 
office building, all to be housed in separate structtnws in 
the Colonial motif. 

Hanbury said that next Monday he will ask Council 
to declare all but 13.6 acres of the remaining propoty to 
be declared surplus and offered for sale. TTiis property 
is zoned commercial. Jerry W. Broadway, 
representative from the Department of EcowHnic 
Development and Industrial Development, said that he 
has already received queries from prospects interested in 
an interior design establishment, and a small shoeing 
center. Broadway said prospects so far are for fotir to 
eight more buildings. 

Property in the interior of the propaty, be t^i, 
should sell for from $1.80 to $2.80 a square foot and 
property fronting on Virginia Beach Boulevard should 
go for $4 to K50 a square foot. 

On March 13 the Planning Commission will coaader 
an application to rezone the 13.6 acres set aside by 
Hanbury for a change in zoning from Offux to A-1 
Apartments. Hanbury said that this property should be 
offered on the basis of design bids which would also 
include the offered sales price. If this property is soU 
for apartments, Hanbury said, council should get out of 
the land business at Rose Hall much earUer th«D 
expected. 



The Beacon 

Hie Virginian-Pilot 

The LedgCT-Star 

The Virginia Be»:h Sun 

The Journal and Guk^ 

2/28 



February 25, 1979 
F^ruary26,1979 
Fdmiary27,1979 
February 28, 1979 
March 01. 1979 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



Motion of the Planning Conunission of the City of 
Virginia Beach to ammd and feordain Article 1, Section 
ip6(d) of the Comprehensive Zoning. Ontjaance 
pin-tainlng to appeals and variants. More detaUni 
information is available in tlw Dq^rtment of Planning. 

Plats with m<»e dialled information are available in the 
Department of PUwiMng. 

Ruth H. ^ith 
City Clerk 

2/21.2/28 



Vii^inia: 



r^ular meeting of the CAwncil of Vit^nia Bach 

ill be h^d in the Council Chambers of tN 

linuttrat^M Building, City Hall. PriM^ss Anne 

, Vifpota B^di, VirgioM m Moiutaiy March 12, 

i9W, at 1:00 p.m., at which time the following 

ithmi imH be hMitl: 



In the Cork's Office of 
the Circuk ONirt of the 
aty(rf^^^tttiaMii.oii 
the ^«l <i^ of F^mary, 
1979. 

JanMsHan^ White, 



PUatiff, 
against 

»* fane Wheder White, 
Ddtedatt. 

PUBLICATION 



Hie object ofthis suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo m^rimonii from 
the said drfouiant, upon 
the groumls of se{»ration 
tot more than one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been nuKle and filed that 
the defeiHiant is not a 
resicknt of the ^te of 
Vliginia, tkc last known 
po« office address being 
Itoute Oite, Brownstowm, 
Indiana^T^ 

It is oniimi that Eva 
Jane Wheeler White do 
appoff on IX before the 
13th of April, 1979. and 
do what may be necosary 
to ^ote^ ha interest in 
t^sult. 

Act^y-teste: 

JtAa V. Fmtress, Clerk 

Jc^A. Johttnen, 
D^tyC^k 

FttakE. Aider, in. p.q. 

2/a, 3/7, 3/14, 3/21 



Extension service offers tips 
on Beach vegetable gardening 



(from page 1) 

Agriculture Cooperative Extension 

Service is sponsoring the sessions. 

Jackson will teach the classes, which are 

specifically designed for the first-time 

gardener. 
Times are 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon and 7 to 

9:30 p.m. A $1 pre-registration fee is 

required. Call 427-461 1 to sign up. 
Free soil testing is one of the many 

servitxs offerwl by the extension service. 

All Virginia Beach libraries have soil 
sample boxes you can pick up, fill and 
return to the library. 

The departmait will analyn the soil 
and make re(»mniendation$ as to the 
amount of lime or fertilizer one should 
apply. 

"M<Mt peoi^ probably use too much 
fertiliar," Jackson comments. "It's ok 
on leafy plants, but the key work is 
moderation. Use it only wh«i you think 



it's necessary." 

He concludes that the beginning 
gardener should think out his plans 
carefully. "Start small, don't go out and 
dig up the backyard. Beginners tend to 
overplant. Thai July comes ami it's 90 
degrees and they've g(H a weed pateh. 

"Things like succession i^fnting and 
double row cropping are wa^ of utHiidng 
space to greatest advantage if you have a 
small gardena am. Peo{^ wto Uve in 
aiMrtments can grow the iMtio tomrto 
and can grow some thinp in pots. You 
have to use imaginatim on ways to f^ 
in smaU places." 

Jackson reihinds peopte that tltey don't 
have to have a large, f(»mal garda to 
grow v^etabl«. "You cui let your 
garden be a part of your landscaiHag. It's 
the imaginative pcof^ who always seat 
toprodu<^theb«t." 






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the end of a shift for many waiters and waitresses. Other 
' tip-earners never see a dish rag or condiment during the 
workday. 

But there is at least one sight shared by all who earns 
tips. It's the quarters and dimes waiting to be counted. 

Attached to those stacks of coins, is the responsibility 
to file a report for any month where tips totalled more 
than $20. The tip report, according^ to the Internal 
Revenue Service, should be filed with^the employer so 
that the proper amount of Federal income and social 
security taxes can be withheld. Employers who withhold 
the proper amounts can save their employees from the 
shock of facing major and often unexpected tax bills at 
the end of the year. 

Failure to report tips to an employer can complicate 
the task of filing a tax return and result in a sizable 
penalty at tax time. If a report has not been filed, 
chances are that social security taxes have not been 
withheld. A tip earner in this situation must complete 
not only the standard Form 1040 but also Form 4137. 
The tip earner will be required to seiid along any social 
security taxes due. 

Although no law requires a daily recording of tips, 
many tip earners have discovered that daily tallies make 
filing the monthly tip report easier. To facilitate the 
recordkeeping effort, the Internal Revenue Service 
offers both daily and monthly report forms to taxpayers 
who want them. The forms, Series 4070, are designed so 
that it's possible to keep running records of tips and, at 
the same time, distinguish between tips earned as cash 
and tips earned on charge receipts. It's a distinction that 
is necessary when filing a monthly report with the 
employer. 

The deadline for filing the report is the lOth day of 
the month unless it falls on a Saturday, Sunday or legal 
holiday. If that happens, an extra day is allowed. The 
report should cover the preceding month if more than 
$20.00 was earned. 

Ordinarily an employer withholds taxes on tips from 
the regular wages before the regular paycheck is made 
out. Sometimes, however, taxes on tips amount to more 
: H iliv regul w ;cs. In this case, the employer can 
only withhold the proper amount if the employee 
provides the extra funds to cover withholding. If an 



to give the 
taxes, the 



employee in this situation decides not 
employer additional funds to cover 
employee's alternative is to file estimat«l lax returns 
throughout the year, thus paying taxes directly to the 
Internal Revenue Service. This procedure is explained in 
Publication SOS, Tax WMOi^dHig and DtlmnMoii 
of Caiknatad Tax, which can be ordered or picked up 
from the local Internal Revenue office. 



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stolen and he's pining. 
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ASTROtOGY READ- 
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Minister, writer, teacher 
and lecturer. Please call 
463-1054 or 486-7220. 

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JOYCE STAR, now doing 
horoscopes for the general 
public. Classes forming 
soon, please call for 
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LEARN TO FLY - Cessna 
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Available South Norfolk 
Airport. 547-2386. 2-3-7 



SURE BITE 

You're sure to get a bite 
if you drop a line in the 
cla.ssified columns of your 
community newspaper. 
Your classified ad is part 
of the hometown news 
that everybody wants to. 
read as well as the news of 
the community. 



tIRED OF CLOWNING 
AROUND? Try hiring 
"Wonder Woman" for 
your parties! Children 
love it! Reasonable rates. 
489-7447. 2-tf 

LEIGH PHOTO- 

GRAPHIC SERVICE 

Weddings and Groups our 
specialty. Albums and 
charge plans available. 
Write P.O. Box 15007, 
Chesapeake, \a. 23320, 
482-1312. 2-tf 

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RUB for women and men. 
H hour appointments at 
your home or offlce. 340- 
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resumes, letters, 
invitations any 

description. Reasonable 
rates. Call Diana 460-0789 
or 461-51 15. 2-3-21 



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OIL PAINTING 

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will reproduce any photo 
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voluntary contributions. \ 
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potential. For information 
call Jim Bell 588-9519 

2,3/14/79 

CHILDREN'S clothes- 
lightly worn. Monday- 
Friday 104 Saturday 10-1 
Consignments accepted 
Monday only. SAND 
BUCKET 3006 Artie Ave. 
Virginia Beach 2-3-14 

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LEARN TO PAINT 
CHINA - enjoyable and 
rewarding, Virginia Fuller 
teacher, beginners, 
intermediate, advanced 
instructions, for 
informatidn call 464-4961 . 
2-tf 

KARATE MEMBER- 

SHIP-Sacrifice. Must sell 
due to illness in family. 
You can pick this up 
CHEAP. Please caU, 625- 
1232 2-3-7 

"YOU TOO CAN CUT 
YOUR ELECTRIC BHLL 
50 PERCENT," 

Congressman Praises 
Book. Send $3.98 plus 50 
cents postage, ten day 
moneyback guarantee. 
i.ChesaiJeake ^^bdtiTcts, 
Book Dept.-9D, Box 
6557, Portsmouth, Va. 
23703. 2-2-28 



UN-SKRU is an amazing 
new under cabinet lifetime 
jar opoier. Opens all size 
stubborn lids with ease. 
No cook should be 
without one. Great for 
arthritis victims. Only 
$4.95. Guaranteed. Larry 
DeBrew, 411 Webb St., 
Suffolk, Va. 23434 2 



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SCOTTIE-Unclipped, vic- 
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Birdneck Road. Answers 
to Rocky. Reward call 
425-6082. 3-2-2 



1972 , MERCURY 
MARQUIS BROUGHAM 

1 owner. Load with 

equipment. This one is a 

teal buyatS1695. 461-5104 

6-3-14 

BUICK LA SABER 1978 4 

door. Brown/biege vinyl 
top. FULL POWER 
LUXURY!! Cruise control 
too! $S995. Will consider 
trade. 461-8808 or 48l-(»26 
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CARS - 1975 Dodge Dart - 
air conditioned. #6 
inspection sticker $1800. 
And a 1974 Ford 
Maverick 3 speed. A/C #3 
inspection sticker. $1550. 
Evenings. 464-6357. 6 

DODGE VAN - l%8 3 
speed, slant 6. Excellent 
on gas. New clutch 
assembly. Low mileage - 
good rubber. Please call 
Hank, 467-6527. 6-2-28 

OLDSMOBILE DELTA 
W 1969, GQjd beauty in 
good condition. 70,000 
miles,, power steering, 
power brakes, air 
conditioned. New tires. 
$895. Will negotiate. Call 
399-8591 before 9 p.m. 

6-2-28 

1974 AUSTIN MARINA 

2 door. Excellent 
condition. Automatic, 
radial tires, low mileage. 
Stereo AM-FM tape deck. 
Better then 30 mpg!! 425- 
9237. 6-2-28 

PACKARD - 1952 
Automatic, 4 door, R & 

: H, 80,000 actual miles. No 

196S •NOVA-2 door, 6 rust. Running condition. 
(^linrfft^.-JAHitattft^Rf's'^dtiginal upholstery. One- 
Good ^ohditlbrt. ■ iSSBf; p i- e v i o u s owner. 
Please Call 497-4195 Collector's item!! 486- 

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1966 GMC SCHOOL BUS. 

Excellent condition. 20 
seats. Would make a great 
Sunday School Bus! $1200. 
Days 547-5755 Nights 420- 
2554 6-3-14 

75 COUGAR-grey with red 
vinyl top. Red leather 
interior. Power steering and 
brakes. Please call 461-8808 
or 481-0826. 6-3-14 

78 HONDA ACCORD 

Automatic, air 

conditioned. Still under 
warrenty. AM-FM. 
Excellent condition. 
$5,995 or make offer. 481- 
0464 after 7 PM. 6-3-7 

62 GMC BUS. 66 

passenger. MAKE 
OFFER! 1972 COUNTRY 
SEDAN WAGON 9 
passenger. Good 
condition, new tires,' 
67,000 miles. $1200. 393- 
4136 6-3-7 



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1973 fORD E M VAN- 
carp«|d. Ice-box, and sink. 
302 sn^aighi shift. Radial 
tires, $2150. Days 547-5755 
Nights 420-2552 6-1-14 

CORVETTE • 197S 

Excellent condition, T 
top. Air, all power. Low 
mileage. Brown with all 
leather interior. A real 
knock outi $6800. 499- 
5342. 6-3-21 



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INCREASE YOUR 
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hours - choice of 
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insurance • No. fees. 
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PUD'S - Ceramics, 
Certified Duncan 
Tett:her. Comiitae line 
DuAcan products. 
Qreenware. Firing. 
Unique gifts. Free 
bc^nner't classes. 2213 
Pottos Rotd.4634H37. 
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1976 DATSUN PKX-UP 

truck-long bed. 23,000 
miles. Camper top, Like 
new condition with new 
tires. 461-5104 7-3-14 



1977 17W Ft. Prowler 

travel trailer. One owner. 
Used 5 times. Sleeps 6. 
PERFECT! $3,000. 424- 
9190 7-3-7 



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1973 YAMAHA 250 - 
Very good condition, 
$300.00. Call 547-2067. 

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SEAGUL SILVER 
CENTURY PLUS 

outboard motor. 5H Hp. 
Short shaft. Used 1 year. 
Cleaned, tuned and tubed. 
Extremely dependable. 
$235.00.467-1363.11-2-28 



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RUBBERMADE PARTY 

PLAN-Exceptional way to 
earn money! NO 
PACKING, DELIVER- 
ING OSt INVESTMENT. 
Sells itself. High 
commission paid. 
Managers needed. 424- 
a43 

13-2-28 

TEL^PHOIVE SOLiCI- 

TATIQN-5-9PMI^qflday 

Giles for interview 482- 
2148 13-3-7 

BABY SITTER NEEDED 

from 7:30 AM to 5 PM 
daily. Mature with 
references. Norcova 
Estates. Call after 5: 547- 
4713 13-3-7 

CAB DRIVERS - DAY 

OR NIGHT shifts. 
Hardworkers will earn 
good money! Diamond 
Taxi, Virginia Beach. Call 
Mr. Bragg, 464- j289.13-tf 

NEED six women 
interested in earning $60 
to $100 weekly. Part time 
from your home. Call 420- 
0977 for appointment. 13 
13-tf 

Xdvertising sales 

representations - If ywi are 
looking for a career 
opportunity that is 
challenging and 

rewarding, we have a 
position that may interest 
you. You will work from 
our offlMs on Battlefield 
Blvd. and Rosemont Road 
where you will team many 
phases of the immunity 
newspaper business. We 
provide paid on-the-job 
training. You provide an 
intelligent willingness to 
learn. You must have a 
sales background and 
enjoy working with the 
public. This is a fuHtime 
position with Bylerly 
Publications, publishers 
of the Chesai^e Post 
and the Virginia Beach 
Sun. Pkasc write Sl^km 
Kelly, Byerly 

Publicatioiis, P.O. Box 
1327, Cheniwake. Va. 
23320. 13<f 

wireir ~ ^F 

HOUSEWORK? Need 
extra income? Earn 
$6:/ 10.00 per hour 
average working from 
h<Hne in Oaapetke in 
Virginia Be^ adifa« <» 
customers Phone 
necessary. Use of car 
necessary on o^asion. 
C^U 425-71 19 

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SALES HOLIDAY 

MAmc cQeMgno • 

OnxmuBlty to advwoe to 
manageneat. Liberal 
oomminion, car ta^d, 
Udewater area. OM HV 
4040. No iBvestncnt 
required. ii^t 

NEW PARTY PLAN A( 
AREAII Exeitiafly 
differeoti Party Lhe 
Gifts. Featuring oMdle 
ensonUes. Money nakan 
dream come inw. For 
interview call 587-7166. 

NURSE . LPN Monday • 
Friday, day shift. 
Ingleside area. ArthrMc 
patient. Long-tom case. 
Call Quality Caia. 461- 
5755. 13.2.21 

COMMUNmr DEVIL. 
OPMENT CLEIK 
TYPIST I. Salary S6,144 
annually. In<tt^4dual awst 
have good knowled|e of 
office termioology. 
Minimum typiag speed, 40 
wpm. Completioa of 
standard High School 
course is reqiUred. ftA 
required. Apply to the 
City of Virginia Beach 
Dept. of Personnel, 
Municipal Center, 
Virginia Beach, Virfinia 
23455. BqwMliqiipftiutity 
Employer. M/F. li'2>28 

PART TIME/FULL 
TIME. No experience 
necessary. Outside 
solicitation for TV, 
furniture, and stereo stfes. 
Men/Women call SS3- 
5889. Mr. Jarmaa. 13-3.21 



news oAtiat aAh ««Hy 
newspapCTS in SoMteide 
and Tidewater Virgiaia. 
Prefer joumaUsa s^ieoi 
background and womt 
experience. Must have 
WooA typing abOity and be 
willing to learn news 
photography. If yoa are 
intCTcsted hi more detaib, 
write David Woodroof.^ 
Byerly Publications, 1000 
Armwy Mve, Franklin, 
Va. 23851 13.tf 



CERTIFIED HOME. 
MAKER seeks employ- 
ment caring for elderly or 
home and children. 
$100.00 week. Exotflem 
references. Can live in. 
Betty Keith 85S'0402 
anytime 14-2-28 

HOME HEALT1I AS - 

Bonded ai^ ilistirad. CaB 
461-5756. 14.2^28 

LOVING CHILOCAHEia 

my han4 in Lewd Gram 
aiea. 8:30 to 3:30 daily, in 
gm yow diBd noAe^ 
attentioni 4200427 I4-3'14 

BABY SITTING 

AVAILABLE: Oreen 
Run, Larkspur area. 
Day's or ti^tu m my 
home. Eiqpfftenoed. WiB 
n^otiate prices. 467-3732 
14-2-28 



BASENJI FEMALE, 
SMALL BARKLESS 

house-pet. Excellent 
disposition. Impressive 
pedigree. HousebiokenI 
N(Mi-sh«iding, odorless. 
Moviftg-nMist sell. Ptease 
call423-ISI6 

22-2-28 

HEY] HEYI Bhie and tan 
female Doberman pup. 
Come see this one! $125 or 
best oner. 482-1^ after 
4PM. 22.tf 

ENGLISH COON 
HOUND PUPPIES, 6 

weeks old, regist«ed with 
papers, SSO.OO eadi. 421- 
94^ alia 5. Both parents 
are excdient tree dc^. 

2^tf 

MINUTURE SALT k 
PEPPER SCHNAUZER 

male is lodking for a 
matef This adorable 
Schnauzer is AKC 
registered and comes from 
chaaspion stock. 489- 
2571. 22-2-28 

YOUNG PARAKEETS 

$10.99 • Peach-faced lone 
birds $39 each. All bird 
cages 259« off with this 
ad. Specials all the time at 
Fish Factory. 855-1111. 

22-3-14 

BICHON FRISE- 

Adorable white puppies/ 
playful, good natured- 
lovc children. AKC 
registered. House-sized 
HYPOALLERGENIC 
pappiest! Unique and 
affordable. Call 490^21 
22-3-14 

„|fHIP|rf;rBI|. Briitdlc 4k 
ifilvers#J3iBI^5.A«{a 
Rgjstosd pi^ipies. 20 to 30 
pounds when grown. 
ELEGANT, intelligent- 
resembla a greyhound. 
CALL 545-l4r after 7PM, 
2^3-^ 

FOR THE FINEST 

selection of pets, pro- 
fessional grooming and 
supplies, check us out!!, 
THE LEASH A 
COLLAR-3818 Granby 
St, 627-0530 22-3 7 

BLACK MANX-Male 
Champion $100. RED 
MANX Female Breeder 
type. $150. Will have 
Abyssinian kittens for sale 
soonll 480-1989 22-3-7 

GERMAN SHEPHARD 

PUPS - 3 good litters, all 
champimi lines - large 
boned, healthy, 
9)M«ateed. Terms. Coow 
and compare. 488-8085. 
2^tf 



REPRODUCTION OF 
ANTIQUE GLASS -Turn 

of the century - unique - 
exquisite. Sample prices. 
Many different itoas to 
choose from. Selling outI 
482-1768 after 6:00 p.m. 
26-tf 



DON'T LEAVE YOUR 
CAT UNLOVEDI I wiO 

baby-sit fm your cat wUk 
you are away. For 
iaforaiMira caO 428-4064 
between I a.m. ani 11 
a.m. ^2-28 



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PURE AND PARTiRED 

MaMan torses for sale. 1 
w^uiUag, iHture stock 
and t SMIU^. Priced 
bctweanSSOO. and $5,000. 
Aho S mOkm at stwl. 
347-7084. 24-3-21 



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FURNITURE - Couch, 
rocking chair, ottoman,- 2 
end tables and coffee 
table, ^wn naugahyde 
with colorful cushions, 
$350. for all. or will seU 
sqwate. 467-5732. 

27-3-21 

CARPET -NEW A USED 

room sized rugs and wall 
to wall carpM - as low as 
$1.50 a «|uare yard. Must 
Sdl| Days - eveninp • 
weekends. caU 461-2800. 
27-3-21 

TSAOmONALiofaand 

chair with 2 sets of 
slipcovers. Must sell. 
$75.00. Please caU 543- 
2102. 27-3-21 

REFRIGERATOR - 3 

<k)or with Ice mate. 22 
C^, R. Ykm Ck»tftioo. 
Harvest Gold. Washer 
and dryer, Kenmore. 
Avocado. Perfect 
condition. Pri£)es 
reM<ffltf^ll 427-2MS. 

27-248 

CASKS CASHtiNdd for 

used ftimiture. appNamxs 
T.V.'s. We buy anything. 
C^ B ft S FURNITURE 
3822 Granby St. e3-337# 

UVING ROOM AJITE.3 

cushioned t ft. sofa; 
Champagne damask 
upholstery. $250. 
Matching barrel-back»l 
chair, $50. Mint 
OMdhion! a«-9t9fr ^* 
27-3-7 



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BIKES! Man's and 
w(MUUl'»3 spted Eq|IWi 
Raca. Hack and rilver. 
Good ooadltton $50.0Q^for 
both. Girl's 24 inch 
Xoadrunner. good 
condition. $15.00 Arm. 

482-4232. 25-^28 

>»• 

QUILT hand made for 
King Sixed Bed. Beantifiil 
Sair lAvp ftt^n. ftnic* 
ccriors bel^ and yellow. 
S200. 428-8008. 25-3-21 
' .., ,i i. 

CLIPPERS Mustache 
trimmer, goatee trimmer,, 
also horse and dog 
dippers. Scotece Barber 
Supply * SharpeniiDi 
Service. 857-4435. 25-tf 

OIL PAINTING-Modern 

fall scen^. 43x31 inchesi 
Orange, brown and liglit 
netrual shades. Uqique 
wooden frame included in 
price. 340-3386 25-3-7 

RECYCLED BABY 
ITEMS, cribs to 
bibs!! Winter clothing 30 
to 50% off. At the BABY 
LADY SHOP Ukeland 
Shopping Center, Hours: 
11-4 weekdays. 11-5 
Saturday's, 853-9934 

25-3-7 

BOOKCASES. GUN 
CABINETS, DESKS - 

made to order. Furniture 
refinlshing. Quality work, 
reasonable prices. Free 
estimates. Please call 547- 
0089,543-2923. 25-tf 



USED APPUANCES • 

RefrigeratCHV $50,00 and 
up. E^teen Ib.^avshert 
SI13.0Q. Electric ran^ 
$125.00. T.V.'s $79.00. 30 
d^r warranty. Bob's T.V. 
48^3536. 27.tf 



CLEARANCE SALE - 

everything must go at 
reduced prices! Making 
room to rent stalls!! 2642 
(^mprntePa Rd. Mazzie's 
|tea Market 545-6944 or 
545-9071. 28-tf 



FLEA MARKET No 3. 

3315 South Military 
Highway. Open Friday. 
Saturday, Sunday oirty 10. 
6. Imide stalls «W^uble 
set-ups for rent, X8 stalls 
to serve you. Frer 
admifsion. 487-9803. 28-tf 



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FRESH SEAFOOD 

^Ugbt daily. Green's 
Saafood Mvk«. At the 
Nrmer's Market of 
)%|Ma Bcatyi. CaU 427- 
3574. Open 94 daily. 

33-tf 

OVITCSS - l^mhaven 
stocked and unwashed. 
Oppoahc Kurd's Seafood 
Restaurant, off Little 
Neck Rd.. Eari Smith. 
340.3171. 33-tf 



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FIREWOOD . HARD- 
WOOD OAK/MAPLE. 

FuU cord 4 x 4 X 8". 
$75.00 delivered. Half 
cord, $40.00. May pick up 
at reduced rate. M.A, 
Gurni. 547-^37, 34-tf 



OLD CLOTHES - t940's 
or earlier, hats, shoes, 
beaded purses and 
jewelry. 627-3917 ^625- 
8714. ' 25-tf 

EARLY AMERICAN- 

hand crafted items for 
sale. Early American 
lamps custom colored to 
fit your home. Want* 
something different? 
Unique? call 424-3448 

25.^28 



ANTIQUES 10.000 sq, 
feet of Antiques. Barber 
^«haiii and |M»iic,p\yafi|iUy 
office desk, showcases. 
Open 10-5 daily. 1804 
Graaiqr St. Norfolk. 625- 
9119. 26-2-28 



TUNE IN ON THIS- 

Wooden Oarinet, French 
made, in velvet casing. 
Used a little by school |^. 
In need of some minor 
repairs. $25,00 Please Call 
M2-I768 after 5:30 P,M. 
30tf 

PENNCREST STEREO 
with AM-FM radio and 
tape recorder. In walnut 
cabinet. Very good 
condition. $75. Call 499- 
2400 30-3-7 

PIANOS - iww and used, 
rentals - bining - rqiairing 
- rebuilding - refini^iag. 
Pede and ToUison Pnmo 
Warehouse, 53U BuiWag 
E. Vir^ Beach BM. 
490-1653. 304f 



ENJOY BIG SAVINGS on 

beautiful WINTER 
PIANOS at warehouse 
prices'. All Fmishes ft styles. 
PEAL ft TOLLISON 
PIANO WAREHOUSE, 
5312 Va. Bch. Blvd., 
^klingE.«0-l633 304f 

ELECTRIC ORGAN 

TTR with bench. Like 
new. Broke hand and 
can't play. Books 
tndufted. THE PRICE IS 
RIGHT! 426-7401 

30-3-7 



!«»VKW - Rare coim - 
N«f(A*s most emnplaie. 
Buy, a^, trade. Beufk^ 
silver cote. 42 Sw^Mra 
Shopping Center, 
Norfolk, 85341 18. 31-tr 



ONE or A KINO - 

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oTaUid-caiMi 
Saginarttts and Vltge 
^W tefAadjiaritag oa a 

5Vi. Unique gift. 
Sacri^ t^. Wkut epi 
482-I7M. »^ 



ORIENTAL CARPETS • 

wanted - any comdition 
any age. Please call 461- 
3834. »-3-2l 

WE BUY ANYTHING - 

furniture, appliances and 
9uage sale leftovers. 489- 
0739 or 467-2144. 29-tf 



WANT to buy portable 
electric typewriter in good 
woridiv order. PleasradI 
481-4642. .29-tf 

B ft S FURNITURE CO. 

Unbelievable LOW 
PRICES. We buy aiMl sdl 
USED ft NEW 
YESTERYEAR furnhure 
at YESTERYEAR prices. 
625-3376 29tf 



M#arai 



exodlent cohditi<m - less 
than 1.000 hmirs. 1975. 
CaU between 9 am • 5 pm. 
420.0770. 36-3-21 




SB-IV 



CONVERT YOUR TV set 

to a Giant 7 foot picture. 
Kit only S19.9S. Details 
free! Money back 
guarantee. Call Larry 
Ddwew between 9 and 5. 
539^1070. 39'^2I 



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ELOCHIADO - 1973, 12 x 
54', 2 bedroom. Must sdl 
- being tnnsfened. $5000 
(total price!) Andianca 
taiduded air Ixmditioned. 
LoOkted lovdy area. 545- 
6413 after 6. 40.tf 



CHESAPEAKE - Nice 
sized room vfWh privau 
entrance ia privuc home. 
For rent I References 
required. 345-0217. 

43-3-21 

ROOM FOR RENT IN 

private home. Kitchen 
priWIedfR. CaU 497-4195 
forhuerview. 43-3-7 



NEW 3 BEDROOM 
RANCH - 2 baths, cAc, 
sdf-clean over next to ^If 
'course, park, lake; easy 
access all iwses. 499-9449. 
46-tf 

MARKCTnACE 

The diHified Mction of your 



cneminlty the bulktin bonrd and 
nurfcM ptaoc ol (ke eanMHiaky. 
k locata the int«mud euMamer 
M no odier adVMtiifais can do. 
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yow n«<| l iboi ho od turn to the 
ctaHifM paen md levdi oui 
the edyinliwiw for whnt he or 
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LARGE FURNISHED 
STUDIO apartment, 
vfcinlty CBN-College Park. 
One year plus May I. Reply 
induding phone no., Mrs. 
Middlelon, Box 1316 
Concord, Ma.OI741 50-3-14 



Sftfer Sale Va. Beach 



MOORE'S RENT A 
GARDEN - Reserve your 
garden space now. $20.00 
and up. Free water and 
compost. Call for 
information. 497-5189, 

35-3-21 

JOHNSON FARM 
REPAIR - tractors, 3. 
Hook-up equipment, low 
boy trailers, fence posts - 
com. 545-8370, 35-3-21 

DIRT A-1. Mack, fertile 
top soil. Also and and 
fill. Prompt service. Jack 
N. Powdl. Inc., 855-7844 
or 853-7218. 35-tf 

JOHNSON FARM 
REPAIR, tractors, 3. 
Hook-up equipment, 
fence posts, peanut hay 
and com, 545-83"^. 35-tf 



ALANTON - 4 bedroom 
brick ranch, 2 baths, 
family room, fireplace, 
eat-in-kitchen, pantry, 
hardwood floors, 2 car 
garage, well, $72,500. 428- 
4345/481-1908. 58-tf 

CANDLEWOOD COVE - 

Exquisite 4 bedroom 
ranch, nestled in lovely 
wooded setting, 3200 
square feet of living space, 
3 baths, large family 
room, wet bar, large 
outdoor screen patio. On 
1 plus acres. Luxury 
living. By owners. 481- 
3142. 58-tf 



EXTRA CASH 

It's so easy... advertise 
the things you no longer 
need in the classified 
columns of your 
tometown newspaper. In 
practically no time at all, 
people in your 
ndghborhood' will know 
what you have to seU- 



GREAT BRIDGE*W1L. 
SqiS HEIGHTS, 

im|n4lculate 4 ^iHMbrn 
Rahch. 2ki baths. Low 
S^Vi Assumption 
$71,900. No 

qualifications. 325 
Woodberry Dr. 547-4810 
59-3-7S 

HICKORY SECTION 

3132 Battlefield Blvd. Brick 
ranch. 3 bedroom, 
den/fireplace, double 
garage, central air. Must 
see to appreciate. Middle 
fiO's. 481-3253 59-3-14 

CATALINA HEIGHTS-3 

bedroom ranch, den. 
Excdient condition. Good 
VHDA buy 8'/4%. Jeryl 
HUI. agent, 543-1702 or 
485-5950. REALTY 
WORLD Wallace and 
Wainwright 59-3-14 



"raMON-TarERSON" 

nM't l)>! Yoa and Van 

LOCAL Nrwipaacr 



BRENTWOOD FOR- 
REST - completely 
hnUM apartmem. For 
oMes settled person. 
lWlbieshKhided.3rooms 
and bath, S20& aMMth. 
Sl»«943. 4^3-2l 

LOVELY furnished i-2 
bc^eom i^. with eoior 
T.V. AvaBaMe thtovgh 
M^r, RaaNoriily piioed. 
PadflcIMM Aptftoatt. 
Motri 306 »th St. ^■ 

3«is.4^.om. 4s-tr 



MERRYFIELD - Brick 
Ranch, 3 bedrotmis - 2 full 
baths, finished room over 
garage. Patio. Heavy 
insulation package - 
storms, heat pump, 
central air. Good 
Schools!! $52,000. 
Assumeable 8M% loan. 
No agents! 484-7260. 

60-3-21 

SUREBITE 

You're sure to get a bite 
if you drop a line in the 
cUusified c(riumns of your 
community newspaper. 
Your classified »d is part 
of the boRietown news 
that evnybody wants to 
read u well as the news of 
thcoNnmunity. 



REVELLA MOTOR 
HOME 1973 CH. 6 
Cylinders, automatic. 
Completely self- 
contained. $6200. 
Negotiable. Please call 



497-4195 



66-3-7 



FOR SALE: 1977 Terry 
Caravan Camper, 25 ft. 
Modd R twin-bed optica, 
awning, jacks, hitch, like 
new -$5,600. 488-2964. 

66-3-7 



71.Sarvieea Offered 



MAGIC-Learn from 
recognized professional 
Magician for fun, profit, 
prestige and popularity. 
Low rates. Ait ages. 
Phone 853-8852 

71tf 

SIMMONS HEATING ft 
AIR CONDITIONING. 

Call the EXPERIENCED 
ONE for repairs or 
replacement. We stand 
behind our 31 years of 
experience. 424-291 1 

71tf 



DON'T BE A 
SPEEDER 

Drive with care, don't 
be a speeder, you might 
run over a want ad reader! 

PIANO DOCTOR . 
FULL reliable piano 
service, tuning, repairing, 
and regulating. Serving 
.^^outhern Tidewater- 
Thopipson Enterprises. 
Work on all makes 420- 
4157. 71-tf 

PIANO TUNING - 

promt efficient service. 
Lee Wales - please call 
46^0656. 71.tf 



FLORIDA - ;RADE? 
EQUmra - I? »a* farm 
with 3 bechoom house • 2 
fireplaces, den, fmces, 
pOMl. Also waterfront 
i0U,autds. 461-8120. 

624f 



LOCAL TOUCH 

, No other medium is 
bound up with the 
everydi^ life of your 
community more than 
your hometown 

newspaper. 

REPAIRS ft MAIN- 

TAINENCE-Hourly or 
Contract! Show us the job 
and we'll show you 
results. "AGAPE 
BUILDING COM- 
PANY" Please call 497- 
2520 7M-7 

AARDVARK CHIMNEY 
SWEEPS, INC. Fast, 

clean professional service. 
We'll reduce the risk of 
chimney fires. Master 
Charge ft Visa. 485-3391 
or 487-7183. 7ltf 

UPHOLSTERY WORK 

Done at very reasonable 
rates. Will pick up and 
deliver. Gloria Boyles, 
397-6424. 71 

WINTERGREEN 
WOODED BUILDING 

Site with water/Sewa^. 
Near ski lodge. Owner 
terms available. Selling 
under mark^ pritx. Call 
I-703-8M-O496. 7Mf 



CUSTOM CABINET 
SHIN*, cabinets, counter 
tops, vanities, bookcases, 
music centen and bars. 
Quality work - reasonable 
ntes - free estimates. Call 
855-6645,583-3918. 71-tf 



HEAVY OR LIGHT 
HAULING-truck and 

driver for hire. 
Dependable and sure. 
Extra hdp available. Call 
me for your hauling 
needs! 545-9330 71-tf 

MR. AND MRS. 
PAINTERis of the 
Tidewater area. The 
quality of a man- the 
smooth touch of a 
woman. Interior-exterior 
painting 424-4687 71-tf 

JANITORIAL SERVICE 
UNLIMITED - Complete 
janitorial services. Clean 
new homes upon 
completion. Carpets, 
hardwood floors, lawns 
ETC! 485-3179 71-3-7 

TIDEWATER TREE 
SERVICE, INC- 

Complete tree service. 
Toppin, removing and 
stump grinding. FREE 
ESTIMATES. Fully 
insured. Call Steven 
McSweeney 420-8789 

71-3-7 

HOME IMPROVE- 
MENTS. Quality 
remodeling with personal 
service and low, low off- 
season prices! Call the 
experts, BAY" 

ENGINEERING & 
CONSTRUCTION COM- 
PANY. 490-1001 

71-2-28 



CAVALIER KITCHENS- 

offers Overton unfinished 
cabinets. High quality, low 
prices. We offer planning 

and installation, or do it 

yoursein CALL -857-1435 
71-tf 

REMODELING ROOM 
AODITIONS. DENS - 

AKiy type of home 
improvements. Kitchens 
and bathrooms 

modernized. Quality 
work. Free estimates. 
Please call 547-0089, 543- 
2923. 71-tf 

RON WEST - TRIM 
CARPENTRY, cabinets, 
paneling, doors, 
bookcases, formica, 
additions or remodding. 
623-0201. 71-tf 

ROOFING, guttering, 
painting and chimney 
water proofing. All work 
guaranteed. Call Mdvin 
D. Dever Roofing Co., 
587-5003. 71-tf 

ROOFING REPAIRS. 

Experienced-any type, 
small jobs. Call night or 
day. 625-9624 or 857-6710 
shop. 71-tf 



JMn Our MBponma ataM. 
bM im Inao ilhmt your Ch* 

— arpniiimion M ooMa, 
wn WBLCoaia ncws ... 

nUEPLACES - Have a 
custom fireplace built in 
your home at a reasonable : 
price by Michael and Hill, . 
fireplace specialists 
licensed, bonded and .- 
ittsured - references. 482- ;; 
3636. 71-tf 

ALTERATIONS - 1 day 

servlce!1»"30"ycars of 
experienw. I do all types 
of altering. King Grant * 
area. 340-6602. 71-2-28 

HOME IMPROVE- 
MENTS repairs, ' 

maintenance. State 
licensed. Free estimates. 
Prompt, courteous 
service. Quality 

performance. 486-1544 or 
497-2520. 71-tf 

INSULATE NOW and 

take advantage of tax 
rebate! Stop wasting 
money on lost energy. . 
Free estimates - T.E. •-: 
Ritter Corporation, 
Serving Tidewater since . 
1924.622-3831. 71-tf ; 

"POISON-TO-PEaSON" 

Tbal'tL't! You and Voar 

LOCAL New S|HMMr 

WE PRINT newspapers, .; 
circulars, shopping 
guides, anything on '''' 
newsprint, with or without [ ' 
composition and camera 
SCTvices. We take orders ' 
for small tabloid ,. 
newspapers with press ■' 
runs as low as 1,000 and ' 
we print for bigger ■ 
publications with 50,000 
and more circulation. •■ 
We've got lots of * 
lldewater area customers ' 
because we're good, we're 
dependable and we're 
local. Pleaw call Sheldon 
Kdly, 547-4571, for ? 
information and price 
quoutions. You will be ; 
dealing with Byerly 
Publications, publishers , , 
of the Chesapeake Post ' 
rad the Virginia Beach . . 
Sun. 71-tf 

BATH motm TILE - For > 

your ceramic needs in . 
existing homes. I^ew or '•" 
rtput work, walls and 
floors and Aoma door 
leaks, odl 340-OlK) and 
uk f«w Leo. 71.tf-3 

UPHOLSTERY WORK 

Make your Ho-Hum 
fttttinire hTte New. Very 
moderate rata, nek up 
and delivery service. 
Please caU 397.6424. 

71-2-28 



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Last Friday night's final game of the Beach District 
basketball tournament went just about as expected. The 
favored team won, the action was hot and heavy, and 
the crowd was as intense as the game. 

Whether they were screaming their lungs out, beating 
noisemakers, or throwing debris onto the court, the fist- 
clenched fans were as involved in the volcanic 
atmosphere of the basketball game as the players were. 

Entering First Colonial's gymnasium Saturday 
morning to witness the Eastern Regional Gymnastics 
Meet was like floating into a comparative dream worid. 

Gone were the buzzing ears, pounding hearts, and 
fiery eyes of the previous night. In their place came the 
murmur of gentle conversation among the spectators, 
colorfully-clad young women padding about or 
socializing, and mild music filling the gymnasium. 

The contrast in atmosphere of these two settings 
reflects the differences in the nature of the sports, the 
participants, and the spectators. 

While they both involve competition, performance, 
and intensity, the worlds of basketball and gymnastics 
revolve in completely different orbits. 

Team sports like basketball seem much more focused 
on winning and losing than on excellence in 
performance. Admittedly, there is a thin line separating 



a spontaneous outburst of rhythmic hand-clapping 
among the spectators.^ 

The intensity at a gymnastjcs meet may be just as 
greaf as Jt is in other sports, but it is kept completely 
internal, within the athlete. Nothing i|ut grace is shown 
as a gymnast performs. ^^«^ 

Certainly each competitor seeks success, but that 
success is not predicated on the performance of others. 
Each individual attempts to perform to the limit of her 
capabilities and recognizes this attempt in others. 

It is this common empathy and muttial respect which 
brings competitors together with rounds of applause 
and bearhugs following a good performance, and solace 
and gentle squeezes foUovtdng a letdown. 

"It's perfection," states First Colonial coach Lynn 
Hadley. "It's the ultimate sport for a woman. 

"A gymnast has to be ultimately strong, ultimately 
flexible, and uhimately graceful. It's the hardest sport 
for a girl." 

Hadley is a qualified voice to speak for the sport. Her 
team, after winning the District tournament two weeks 
ago, dominated Saturday's Regional Meet. ^ 

But it almost defies the spirit of the sport to speak of 
winning. The intense rivalry and even hatred which is 
often found between coaches in other sports could not 



The intensity at a gymnastics meet may be just as intense as it is in otlier sports, but it is 
=tept completely internal, within the athlete. Nothing but grace is shown as a gymnast performs. 




the two, but in experiencing a gymnastics meet, the 

di f ference becomes apparent . 
While gymnastics meets involve teams, these teams 

are composed of individuals whose performance relies 
entirely on themselves. 

When a gymnast mounts the balance beam, strolls 
onto the floor exercise mat, begins her approach for a 
vault, or ascends the uneven bars, she is completely 
alone and her performance is in no one's hands but her 
own. — ^ 



— But it is not this mere focus on the individual which 
sets gymnastics apart. There is a delicate air of mutual 
respect and compassion among the gymnasts themsdves 
which infects the entire gymnasium. 

In a basketball game, fans will assault an opposing 
player with noise as he shoots a free throw, praying that 
his shot will miss the mark. Players often observe that 
the most meaningful tribute they can receive is the boos 
of opposing fans. 

No such twisted acclaim is found in gymnastics 
competition. For gymnastics fans, the spectacle is not 
one of combat, but rather it is more akin to a 
performance of the arts. 

But don't let a comparison to the arts make you think 
of stuffiness. Saturday's meet was anything but stuffy. 
During one floor exercise routine, the combination of 
bouncy music and the jaunty gymnast's rhythm inspired 







be seen at Saturday's gymnastics meet. 

Katy Emerson, Bayside's gymnastics coach, spoke^t— 
the family-like relationship between area coaches, 
"Half of us started gymnastics at the Beach while 
competing. Daphne Wall (Saturday's Meet Director) 
was at Cox in the first year they had the State Meet, I 
competed for Bayside, Lynn Hadley competed for First 
Colonial, Patty Merrill (Cox gymnastics coach) was at 
Cox, and Nan Ward (KempsviUe gymnastics coach) was 
one of our bestgymnasts at Princess Anne. ^ 

"That makes a big difference. You've grown up with 
it. Ten, twelve, thirteen years." 

At %JPf*^y>>.W^ t>>e,fiflfl>Pf*iMWbfFIWi the 9<««ife 
seemed to overshadow their contemporaries. The last 
five Eastern Regional championship teams have come 
from Virginia Beach. Is it the sand and surf that build 
excellent gymnasts? ' 

"The coaching's better here," says First Colonial 
;gymnast Betsy Noll, who finished fifth in Saturday'* 
Ail-Around competition. "I just came from the 
Northern Region and it just seems that here we have 
harder practices, longer practices, and everyone cares 
and works. 

"A great deal comes from the coaching. A good 
coach makes you want it more. We work out at least 
three hours a day and I'll stay for four or five hours just 
working on one thing, trying to perfect it." 

Perfection. This seems to be the standard for 
gymnasts. They don't judge themselves in comparison 
to others. It is this absolute standard of perfection 
which is the goal of each gymnast. This helps explain 
why the intense forces of rivalry and competition as we 
see it in other team sports are absent m gymnastics. 

And the mark of a champion seems to be devotion, as 
indicated by Noll's comments. But if this is the key, why 
are the Beach gymnasts any more devoted than others? 

"From my personal experience and viewpoint," says 
Emerson, "I think the Beach has some of the most 
qualified and devoted coaches. High school gymnastics 
coaches around here are big stuff, as big as the private 




feyMkiD'Oiw 

••A gymnast has to be ultimately strong, ultimately flexible, and ultimately graceful." 



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clubs." 

It is the growth of private clubs which has helped the 
quality of the sport in general, by offering more practice 
time and opportunity to gymnasts, for, as Emerson 
notes, "It's not just a three-month job." For 
competitors or coaches. 

But the private clubs have posed a problem by 
creating a conflict of interests with young gymnasts, for 
these clubs require practice time of their representatives 
and it is difficult for a girt to compete for both a club 
and her hi^h school. 

Says Hampton High School coach Susan Nelson, who 
has coached championship teams in the past, "It's 
impossible to go to all the high school pradtices and all 
the private club practices. * ' 

So many girls have to make a choice, and some 



schools lose their best gymnasts to private clubs. But at 
the Beach, this problem has not become as great as 
elsewhere, and this might be another reason for the 
Beach's success. 

"Around here, you've got a lot of good old, high 
school-trained gymnasts," says Hadley. 

Tops in Hadley's group of good old gymnasts is 
Leslie Karnitschnig, who took top All-Around honors 
Saturday. When the engaging Karnitschnig strolled up 
to receive her awards at the close of Saturday's meet, 
she had donned a pair of blue jeans over her gymnastics 
tights, a perfect reflection of the relaxed atmosphere of 
the competition. 

And along with each medal which she was presented, 
she also received, as did all the top finishers, a flower. 

Nothing could be more appropriate. 



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First Colonial Patriots lead Beach onslaught 
in Eastern Regional Gymnastics Meet 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 28. 1979 15 



T through hw elfish routine in the floor exercise, finished 

coMh Lynn Hadley's First Colonial gymnastics team high in vaulting, won the uneven bars, and topped off 



showed the way for the talented Beach District as the 
^tnotswon Saturday's Eastern Regional Gymnastics 
Meet team championship in their own gymnasium. 

Leading the Patriots' performance was Leslie 
Karnitschnig. Karnitschnig, who pUced second in All- 
Around competition in the Distrkt meet, pranced 



her day with an enchanting performance on the balance 
beam to claim the Regional Ail-Around title. 

Also giving an outstanding performance was 
Bayside's Lisa Weber, who combined her showings in 
the four events for a SKond>pla(x Ail-Around finish, 
giving Bayside fourth place tram honors. 







Just behind Weber in the Ail-Around category was 
the District Ail-Around champion, Jaudon 
Conkwrighi, who gave the top performance in the floor 
exercise to put her Cox team in the third-place position. 

The top nine finishers in each event, as well as the top 
four Ail-Around finishers, will travel to Stafford next 
weekend for the State Meet. ^ 

Tbe Beach will be well-represented, with the 
following girls qualifying for State Meet competition. 

Vaulting 

1) Stephanie Fall (FC) 

2) Kim Humphreys (Cox) 

3) Sonya Willis (Kempsvillc) 

4) Leslie Karnitschnig (FC) 

5) Lisa Weber (Bayside) 

6) Margaret McConnell (Bayside) 
8) Jaudon Conkwright (Cox) 

Uneven Bars 

1) Leslie Karnitschnig (FC) 

2) Lisa Weber (Bayside) 

3) Ann Franzoni (FC) 

4) Jaudon Conkwright (Cox) 

5) Kim Humphreys (Cox) 
8) Betsy Noll (FC) 



Balance Beam 

1) Debbie Taylor (FC) 

2) Leslie Karnitschnig (FC) 

4) Lisa Weber (Bayside) 

5) Stephanie Fall (FC) 
7) Betsy Noll (FC) 



8) Jaudon Conkwright (Cox) 



Floor Exercise 

1) Jaudon Conkwright (Cox) 

2) Leslie Karnitschnig (FC) 
4) Kim Humphreys (Cox) 

Lisa Weber (Bayside) 
.^ Betsy NoU(FQ 

Inga Williams (Kellam) 



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1) Leslie Karnitschnig (FQ 

2) Lisa Weber (Bayside) 

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change. 

But the mere desire to transfer is not 
TOOjagh, accor ding to the rules. A 
SRH^lMWMttwe of ^entt, parait, 
or guardian is nttded. 

So if Hodges and Nimmo wanted to 
transfer, they each needed the consent 
and cooperation of parents or 
guardians. They both got this 
cooperation, and Nimmo gained a 
guardian in the process. 

"When it comes to the eligibility of 
players, the Beach District principal . 
makes the decision on the student's 
eligibility," stated Princess Anne 
principal Letcher Hill during an 
interview last week. 

According to the Princess Anne 
principal, Jnse Nimmo, accompanied 
by his father, his uncle (who lives 
within the residential boundaries of 
Princess Anne High School), and a 
guidance counselor, came to Hill's 
office in January asking to be enrolled 
at Princess Anne. 



room and later to the team bus. 

It was this Same individual who was 
responsible for Jesse Nimmo at the 
time of the ycninger Ntmmo's transfg 
fromttefysidfe tcTPrin^ Anne. 

Following the initial meeting with 
Hill, Nimmo's uncle obtained legal 
guardianship of Nimmo, and the 
School Board granted permission for 
the transfer. 

Ninuno was subsequently enrolled as 
a student at Princess Anne High 
School, and in Hill's words, "As far as 
I'm concerned, Jesse Nimmo is a 
student at Princess Anne High 
School." 

In Hodges's case, his mother, who 
claimed an address within the Princess 
Anne residential boundaries, presented 
a letter to Hill in January, giving her 
address as Terrell's. 

Upon verification of this shift in 
resideacei Hodges was abo admitted as 
a student at Princess Anne, becoming 
eligible to compete in athletics, and he 
did so at the end of January, quickly 



right or wrong should not take a back 
seat to practical concerns. 

"Says Hill, "There's a fine line, I 
suppQS^, with.cthte»«. We *i^it% 
determine the ethics when the Virginia 
High School League Rules are 
involved." 

It seems to be exactly this disregard 



and he has suffered because of it. 

"You've got no basis for judging 
someone's past," says Hill. "If anyone 
pwMges a 'Sttodettt biiialtifc''ttr"hls 
behavior in another school, it's unfair 
to the student." 

"If you came in and you were a bona 
fide student, and I said you couldn't do 



"There's a fine line, I suppose, with ethics. We don't determine the 
ethics when the Virginia High School Leagues are involved." 



If such actions are reduced to "prices paid," the act of transferring 
from one school to another seems to be reduced to sheer expediency. 



•'In this case of Mr. Nimmo," stated 
Hill, "consideration of whether he 
would enter Princess Anne High 
School was based solely on Sdiool 
Board policy and procedure." 

"One, he had td have legal 
guardianship, and two, he had to have 
permission from Pupil Personnel." 

Obviously, the judgment of a 
student's parent or guardian becomes 
important at this point in such a 
transfer, and the ethical nature of the 
proceedings depends greatly on the 
discretion of the adult who is l^ally 
roponsible for a transferring student. 

In Nimmo's case, his fathm* was the 
adult responsible for him i^ior to his 
transfer from Bayside to Princes 
Anne. Nimmo's father's actions 
warrant scrutiny based on his |»st 
public behavior. 

On Friday, January fifth, during a 
tight fourth quarter in the Bayside - 
^Kempsville basketball game, Nimmo's 
father char^ from the spectators* 
section of the stands ohto the {riajnng 
surface in irate purauit of a ganae 
offldal. Mr. Nimmo was ncoited 
xtny by poli(x. 

Following last week's tournament 
contest betw«;n &iyside and Prints 
Anne, Mr. Nimmo was among a group 
of spKtators who verbally attKked 
Bayside cKMch Ikjllar, n^ositating a 
p^(» »cprt for DoUar to the iock«- 



claimmg a starting spot in the Princess 
Aniw lineup. 

Nimmo had to wait a semester 
before he would become eligible for 
interschopl competition, in accordance 
with the VHSL rules. But he wiU be 
eligible to compete for Princess Anne 
High School next season. 

Says Hill of Nimmo. "He gave up 
something to get something. He gave 
up a semester of eligibility in the route 
he chose to take to get to another 
school. This is not true with just him, 
but with any student. You |»y the priw 
and time in transforing." 

In Nimmo's case, the (Mice was not 
very high, considoing the fact thtt he 
had been disms^ from Baysi^'s 
toUn. In essence, ht gave up nc^ng in 
traasfeiring. 

And, if such actions are viewed in 
terms of "price paid", the act of 
transferring from one school to 
another sMms to be n^luced to dieer 
«cp«iiency. 

At the ivofastoml level, sports are 
INirely busii^ss. Furthermore, it is an 
•<%q^ furt that for many athM« at 
the ^1^ level, sports is also panAy 
business. 

But at the high school l^el. where 
education is still suppcwNUy of primary 
OMi^m. and where youi^ aduhs are 
hopefully molded with high standanb 
of ethia and molality, (luestmns of 



for the ethics of the situation that has 
resulted in the messy case of Nimmo 
and Hodges. 

Not only is this case messy, but it is 
also dangerous. If such precedents are 
set, the disciplinary powers of a coach 
become severely limited. 

Coaches have many concerns; two of 
the more important ones are winning 
and exercising control over the team. 
The latter requires some measure of 
disdi^ine. 

If a coach can rest assured with the. 
fact that a player who is threatened 
with dismissal has a choice to either 
diange his behavior of forfeit the right 
to compete, that coach has some 
amount of leverage in doling with his 
players. The worst that can happen, 
with an undisciplined player, is the loss 
of that player's talents. 
be likely to do som^hing about 
himself. 

However, when a player is given a 
third option, that of moving to another 
school, the coach loses a vast amount 
of leverage, and players may be less 
likely to respond to pressure from the 

Moreover, the coach's chances of 
winning could be adversely affected by 
exercising disciplinary pressure, 
beoiuse a ballplayer, encouraged by 
the opportunity to merely switch 
Khools, could end up stinging his 
former coach in an opponent's 
uniform. 

It seons that Dollar took a firm 
position in dealing with his ballplayers. 



this or that, then I'd be violating your 
rights." 

Again, this puts us into a hazy area, 
for when rights come into the picture, 
everybody's rights must be considered. 
What about the right of a coach to 
exercise discipline? What about the 
rights of individual athletes who do 
choose to conform their behavior to 
Ntpected standards? What about the 
rights of a public which experts 
. standards of fairness and honor to be 
upheld in the administration of the 
education and athletics of its 
youngsters? 

"You have to follow the rules, and 
when you don't, you're wrong. Not 
only are you wrong, you stand to be 
corrected," says Hill. 

There are rules other than legal ones 
- moral rules, and wrongs other than 
technical ones - ethical wrongs, and 
when such wrongs are committed, they 
do indeed stand to be corrected. 

The case of these two athletes is 
clearly not one of the mere transfer of 
two studoits within the Virginia Beach 
School system. The circumstances 
surrounding this situation are tinged 
with elements of revenge, abuse of 
rules, and physical and verbal 
intimidation. 

At no level should such influen<^ be 
tolerat«t, and they should cotainly be 
kept from affecting amateur athletics 
and the high school educational 
process. 

In deference to Hemingway, it's 
hard to feel good after this. 



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— Bayside's Usa Wrttr iHiai Hi mld-rouffiw'MnM 
mevM bars. Nar second place performance hi this event 
ho^od her to the mnner-up All-Around spot In the 
Etstmn Rtgkmal Meet. 



Dollar resigns head 
basketball post at Bayside 

Bayside's head basketbaU coach, Johnny Dollar, f 
resigned his position Thursday following the conclusion 
of the Marlins' current campaign. 

Dollar, who will stay on as an assistant baseball coach 
at Bayside this spring, spoke of the reasons for his 
resignation in an interview last weekend. 

"I've been disillusioned by high school basketball. I'd ' 
been coaching at the junior high level for seven years, 
and I came up to high school basketball thinking the 
kids would be dedicated and trying to make something 
of themselves in basketball for college. 

"I found out some of the "super" athletes wanted 
things given to them, not just with basketball, but in 
school and classes. I didn't have any problems at the 
end of the year. Every kid I have on the team right now 
gives 100 percent all the time. 

"Maybe I'm old fashioned, but I love discipline. I 
expect a kid to give me 100 percent all the time, and I 
found I couldn't get that from all the athletes I had. 
Some of the kids wouldn't do their work in school, and 
they had terrible attitudes on the floor and in games. 

"It's just not fun anymore. I've been coaching for 
twelve years, and the first ten were enjoyable. To me, 
coaching wasn't work, it was fun. But when you've got 
kids who get a bad attitude and you have discipline 
problems, it becomes work." 

Dollar made it clmr that these references did not 
apply to the present members of Bayside's basketball 
team. 

"These sophomores and juniors who are coming back ' 
could be an asset to any team, ability-wise and attitude- 
wise. They work hard in school and out of school." 

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VIRGINIA WEACH SUN D WEDNESDAY. Fe'IrUARY 28. 1979 



Beach District this week 

Falcons, Patriots grab tournament crowns; 
coaches pick Girls All-District team 




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Cox quieted any doubters when they dumped Princess 
Anne in last weekend's Beach District Basketball 
Tournament's final game. 

The Falcons' 52-47 victory was their third over the 
Cavaliers this season, and although both teams had- 
Regional spots before the game began, the win was far 
from meaningless for Cox, for it gave the Falcons a 
chance to play at the Beach this week, as well as the 
pleasure of relishing two team trophies - one for the 
regular season championship and one for the 
tournament title. 

"They're a great team," said Cox senior John Steele 
in reference to the runner-up Cavaliers. "We felt like we 
hadn't proved anything. If we had lost tonight, those 
first two wins wouldn't have meant anything." 

As it is, the Falcons, loosening up after a tight first 
half, capped their triumphant Beach District ' season 
with a tournament champioil&hip. 

"It's like a dream come true," said Steele. "Always 
waited for the senior year for this to happen." 

Steele and his Cox teammates meet Menchville of the 
Peninsula District in this week's Eastern Regional 
Tournament, while Princess Anne must take on last 
year's state champions, Ferguson, in Newport News. 

••«••• 

While Cox was celebrating their victory. First 
Colonial's girls team was enjoying the fruits of a 
rubber-match triumph over regular-season champ 
Kellam in the tournament finals. 

Both teams had split during the regular season, so 
Friday night's outcome was in doubt in some minds. 
There was no doubt, however, about the final verdict as 
the Lady Patriots drummed the Knights 52-34^ 




Rebound! 



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Cox's Rich Pavidson (52) infl KMnp$ville's Gaiy 
Freeman (42) strain for rebound during tiie Faicons' 
victory over tlie Chiefs in their semifbiai game of last 
weelt's District tournament. Cox went on to the 
tournament championship. 



As they have all season, Jimi Gatlin (24 points) and 
Lolo Leaks (14 points) led First Colonial's convincing 
win.~_ji-— , -- _— _ — — 

Of her team's immediate prospects. Patriot coach 
Janet Rowlands observed, "The girls have a better 
mental attitude this year then they did last year. Last 
year, they kind of let it get to their heads and took 
Phoebus too lightly." 

First Colonial was knocked out of the Eastern 
Regionals by Phoebus in the semifinal round of last 
year's tournament. 

Both Kellam and First Colonial will carry the Beach 
District banner into this week's Eastern Regional 
Tournament against Peninsula District foes. 



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As site has done aH year, Jini fiatUn scores for First Caloiiial hi the . - 
Keibm. fiatlhi totaled 24 pohits as the Patriots nMM to a 52^34 vlctwy 
teams wW play hi this week's Eastern Reghmal tournament. 



After the ^oke of this weekend's tournament had 
cleared, the coaches of the District girls teams voted on 
their choices for this season's Beach All-District team. 

Two players were unanimous selections, and fittingly, 
these two, Jimi Gatlin and Risa Huff, were each the 
leaders of the two teams which will represent the Beach 
in the Eastern Regional Tournament. 

No final second team spot was named since four 
players tied for that spot. 

Here is the 1978-1979 Virginia Beach Girls All- 
District Team , as chosen by the District coaches. 



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JIml Gatlin (First Colonial) 
RIsa Huff (Kellam) 
Karen Bailey (Bayilde) 
Lolo Leaks (First Colonial) 
Denlse Swoope (Cox) 



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Junior 
Senior 
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Cox's Fateons surround their spoib of victory folhiwing their 52-47 whi ever Princess Amie to the final game of the 
Beach District tournament. With that victory came the tournament trophy to fo along wHh theb- regular seasoa 
championship trophy. 



Second Team 

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Nanqr Mnwon (Bayafcto) 

Esthw Nanbury (Princaaa Aima) 

PattI Boncol (Kompsvliia) 

Honorabia MentiM (Othar playar» racaivlng 
votaa): Kim Staphanaon (KampavHIa), Julia Blow 
(KampavHia), Daldiia NIHaa (Cox), RoaHa PadNIa 
(KaHam), tammy CkMtz (Primwaa Amm), Uaa 
Varapriiil(Bayaida) 



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